Celebrate what you want — the end of summer, a four-day weekend, the death of organized labor, whatevs — with a refreshing late-summer cocktail … or three.
Overall taste impression was “sweet spiced rum” meets “freshly plowed garden.”
Jason expresses his dismay over the selective enforcement of open-container laws in downtown Las Vegas. Then Jason and Tony review the Kristoff Criollo cigar and the anCnoc 12-year single-malt.
After revisiting basic strategy and card counting, thanks to a call from Ted, Jason and Tony review the Davidoff Nicaragua toro then embark upon a taste comparison of two high-quality Highlands malts — The Dalmore King Alexander III and Glenmorangie Ealanta.
In this travelogue episode, Jason and Tony (with Alaric and Degenerate Johnny) trek to Beirut-upon-Ontario — the city of Detroit — for a reconnoiter of the Greektown, Motor City and MGM Grand Detroit casinos. Augmented, of course, by a trip to a cigar lounge in Southfield.
After riffing on Roux’s second Vegas trip report, Tony offers some tips for offering gifts to a casino host. Then the viceroys of vice review both the Punch Grand Cru Britania cigar and the Aberlour 16-year single-malt Scotch.