We pack a lot of great content in to a less-than-30-minute show! After sipping a delicious Black Manhattan, Tony briefly recounts his story of a Romeo y Julieta 1875, a Cuban he received as a gift. Jason, meanwhile, smoked the 2019 release of the Camacho Liberty Series 2012 Thowback. We wrap up with a legal-like segment about facial recognition technology in casinos.
We start with a review of the Russell’s Reserve Small Batch 10-year whiskey and the Taildragger amber rum — both gifts from @skyyontherocks — then we pivot to Jason’s experience with the Camacho candela cigar. We wrap it up with some tips for using the casino as your home base for a non-casino trip.
This week the boys drink the Kobe Creek single barrel reserve, they smoke the Eiroa CBT, the Camacho Shellback 2015, whilst discussing how best to develop your cigar palate, and finally, the walk you through the best way to play soft hands at blackjack.
While discussing the math behind different ways of shuffling playing cards, Jason and Tony enjoy a few fingers of the Old Weller Antique cask-strength bourbon. Tastes like “burnny!” Jason shares some thoughts about a Camacho cigar as a prelude to Tony sharing his new lifetime membership to Cigar Rights of America.
We start out crying for you, Argentina, for producing fair-to-middlin’ malbec wine. Then Tony reviews his experience with a cluster of Rocky Patel cigars and Jason discusses his disappointment with the Camacho Double Shock. Finally, Jason and Tony riff on whether you really should expect different levels of service at the casino based on your tier standing with a player’s club.
There’s real value in a cigar diary!
A decent cigar, you should have a newbie try it out.