Happy St. Patrick’s Day, ye heathens. We celebrate with a whirlwind tour of Jameson whiskey, plus — for good measure — Emu Export, a beer from Down Under. Oh, and the Alec Bradley Prensado and how letting it age makes a difference.
We review the Night Terror IPA and the Everything Rhymes with Orange beers. Then we wax eloquent about upping your game for your cigar accessories and for behaving well when you’re doing a group pull (at the slot machine, we hasten to add!).
Trip review! Windsor! W00t! Lubricated with the Lancaster Double Chocolate Milk Stout and the Founders Dirty Bastard beers.
Jason and Tony embark upon the third of our four-beer Tour of Europe, this time stopping in Bavaria for a sample of the Weihenstephaner Original premium bavaricum. Then Tony offers a redux review of the Davidoff 2000 followed by Jason’s satisfying encounter with the Rocky Patel Fifty Five. We then circle back with Tony’s travel tips — especially helpful if you’re a n00b traveler.
Get through your early-summer “meh!” thorough us, as Jason and Tony are neither happy nor sad with the Dragon Lady doppelbock from Lithuania and the Raices cigar from Alec Bradley. We liven it up a bit, though, with a refresher about tipping at the casino and some etiquette points for joining a new-to-you table game.
In this episode, we begin a four-part tour of European beers by enjoying Switzerland’s Holzfass. Tony shares his disappointment with the Gran Habano Connecticut No. 1 while Jason elucidates his better experience with the El Gueguense cigar–a Nicaraguan puro. Wrapping it up, Tony talks about the new-to-him slots from 360VV4 and explains the mechanics of winning a hand-pay jackpot at a slot machine.
Jason and Tony preview their upcoming trip to The Happiest Place on Earth. Then the Czars of Cigars share some basic trivia about Nicaraguan tobacco before pontificating about the tasty, tasty benefits of beer flights.
Tony free styles this blog post with vice-y goodness!
Do you have a preference between drinking from a beer bottle versus from a glass?
The Sam Adams White Christmas makes snowy regions more palatable!