Whoo-ee, kids! Lots o’ great stuff packed into this 32-minute show. We start by reviewing the Glen Breton Rare single-malt whiskey. Then Tony shares a review of the Pappy Van Winkle cigar followed by Jason sharing his review of the Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art Churchill. Then we segue into a review of the shifting rules about bringing cigars and spirits out of Cuba (thank you, change in presidential administrations!) before diving into the first segment of a three-part series about casino credit. Can’t miss, y’all!
Jason and Tony share strategies for maximizing the value of your dollar at the casino boo-fay. Jason reviews the Nimmy D and NP Bold cigars. Then, ostensibly on a tour of ales and lagers, Tony opines about all the beers styles he doesn’t like.
With the disconcerting goings-on at the Downtown Project, what’s next for downtown Las Vegas? Whilst the Dynamic Duo ponder that question, they enjoy a pair of West Michigan’s finest microbrewed pumpkin ales, then segue into a pair of individual mini-reviews of recently smoked cigars.
Jason and Tony lament the bitter lessons of the fourth domino to fall in A.C., before bringing some sexy back to the show with three quick re-assessments of cigars we’ve previously discussed. Then Tony celebrates Jason’s birthday with a bottle of Koval milley whiskey. Mmm, whiskey.
Jason and Tony share their best and worst lifetime casino experiences, then they riff about the Red Witch cigar. After that — a pair of local craft beer reviews.
Jason and Tony review basic hotel and casino safety tips. Then they review the Perdomo Patriarch Torpedo cigar before re-examining what happens when you finish off a bottle of Scotch — six months later.
Jason and Tony wrestle with the legal and ethical aspects of the casino’s eye in the sky watching your smartphone screens. Then Czars of Cigars review the Alec Bradley Nica Puro Gordo before sharing a tasty cocktail called the Blood and Sand. Then Tony has a Twittgasm of social-media shout-outs.
Tony and Jason begin the first of three segments about Downtown Las Vegas, focusing this week on the casinos. Then they cover two recent cigar pics — Jason’s experience with the Montecristo Epic Premium Selection ’07 and Tony’s encounter with the La Fontana Consigliere. After which, the Abbots of Alcohol review the Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
Jason and Tony review the pending federal litigation over poker rooms and off-reservation tribal casinos. Then your Sultans of Smooth review both the Gurkha Status cigar and the Arcadia Ales Whitsun Ale.
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.