Raise your glencairns in tribute to a quadruple-header: We review four Old Forester bourbons — the Classic 86, the 1870 Original Batch, the 1897 Bottled in Bond and the 1920 Prohibition Style. Then we informally chat about Jason’s observations playing new-to-him carnival games at the casino. We wrap up with a pair of cigar reviews: Tony enjoys the Davidoff Las Vegas while Jason puffed on The T.
We sip the Spring Bijou cocktail while offering practical springtime guidance for keeping bugs outta yo’ drinks. Then, in our cigar segment, Tony revisits the Baccarat 1871 before Jason reviews the MF the Judge — after which, we talk about beetles, mold and bloom. Finally, Jason and Tony offer a few casino games to try … and a few to avoid.
The Viceroys of Vice address the risks of the “seedy side” of Las Vegas then discuss what makes a cigar review useful. We wrap up with a suggested progression for building a Scotch palate.
Join Jason and Tony as they speculate about a potential Midwest property sell-off by Caesar’s Entertainment. Then Jason shares his perspective on four recent cigars he’s enjoyed: the Davidoff Double R, the Padron Serie 1926, the Gurkha Cellar Reserve and the Joya de Nicaragua Antaño Dark Corojo. We wrap it up with a sad anecdote about a bottle of expensive port with a decomposing cork, and how you can fix similar problems.