Jason and Tony enjoy the most technically complicated cocktail we’ve ever made — the “banana bread cocktail,” otherwise known as a “King McKong.” Then Jason reviews an AJ Fernandez Enclave cigar, followed by Tony’s review of a Macanudo Mao. Finally, in the context of the Phil Ivey vs. Borgata controversy, we explore one writer’s complaint that casinos are too big to fail.
Freshly returned from a vacation excursion to lovely, tropical Belize, Tony shares tales of smoking, drinking and gambling in Central America. And while he spins his yarns, your princes of podcasting sip an oh-so-tasty Caribbean Rum Punch.
This week we drink a truly disappointing cocktail. What makes it so bad you ask? Listen and find out with the Vodka McGovern. Next Tony talks about the Asylum-13 Connecticut while Jason reviews the La Galera 80th Anniversary cigar. Finally, we review the IRS’ new rules on gambling winnings.
St. Rita & wearable breathalyzer; Altria buys Nat Sherman; NV rebounds without the gambler or infrastructure upgrades