In a short solo podcast, Jason briefly discusses the prudence of staying hydrated while consuming adult beverages then riffs on casino charter offers. Then he answers listener questions about humidor prep, cigar veins, smke color and cellophane wrappers.
Cabo Wabo’s middle-child offering, though, is different: The Joe Jonas of the tequila world, an impressive offering in its own right.
As part of the Vice Lounge Online Mixology Series, I warmly welcome you to the Jasontini — a tasty, subtle spin on a classic martini that doesn’t scream “girl drink.”
Beginning with the on-air mixing of A Night in Florida — a tasty coffee beverage with a mix of liqueurs — Jason and Tony sip while discussing “prestige” cigars like the Opus X before reviewing the basics of a few advanced bets at the craps table.
The Auchentoshan 18’s complexity and gentleness makes it a peer of any top-shelf whisky.
Tony riffs on the myths surrounding payout odds relative to betting max coin, then Jason and Tony discuss the Don Lucas Angelito Classic, a petite cigar they just enjoyed by way of the Dominican Republic. Then Jason exposes Tony to two different French liqueurs: Chambord and St. Germain. With recipes, woohoo!
Republicans, by and large, are beer drinkers; Democrats favor spirits.
Tony explains the dynamics behind why casino gaming revenue is down but non-gaming revenue is up, then Jason shares the value (and contents!) of a traveling cigar kit. Then the boys reminisce about what they like to drink, and why they enjoy it.
Premium spirits, becuase they undergo extra purification or added distillation cycles, contain fewer of these harmful hangover-causing chemicals.
Tony explains why you shouldn’t hate the player but rather the player’s club program, then Jason shares some tidbits about appropriate price points for ordinary cigar smoking. Then Jason leads Tony on a guessing game of what beers and spirits earn the widest disparity in ideological favor.