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.
This week we drink three different types of whiskey from the Journeyman Distillery collection, we smoke a Punch Bareknuckle & Por Larranaga cigar. Finally, we finish up reviewing a Supreme Court case of Lewis v. Clark which address Indian Tribal Immunity.
Launch your weekly voyage into the manly vices with the La Lousiane cocktail. Sip it while Tony praises the Arturo Fuente Rosado Sun Grown cigar and Jason vilifies the Pinar del Rio Liga Cubana No. 5. Then learn about the proposed Nevada legislation to confirm the legalization of pari-mutuel betting for e-sports and whatnot. Finally: You’ll be updated on the expansion of the Gun Lake Casino, the tribal casino closest to Jason’s home in lovely Grand Rapids, Mich.
This week we drink a hot toddy, smoke the La Fontana and Catch-22 cigars and discuss the Caesars bankruptcy.
In this solo podcast, Jason starts with the secret to kick-butt hot chocolate. Then, in a previously recorded segment, Jason and Tony discuss the Macallan Edition No. 2 single-malt Scotch whisky. Then Jason reminds you of the potential value of a cigar house blend before speculating what would happen if Walt Disney World ran Las Vegas. Can’t miss voyage into podcasting excellence!
Wowzers, this episode has everything. A new cocktail for you to try: The Quiet Storm; we discuss cocktail mixing mistakes; we review two tasty cigars: The Aston Cabinet and Oliva Saison, we got outtakes galore and we even get you Le Maison Derriere!
This is an abbreviated show, we leave out the gaming segment this week. That said, we drink the Crown Royal Canadian Rye, as well as discuss it in Jim Murray’s Whiskey Bible 2017. Then we review two cigars, Rocky Patel Royale Connecticut & Nat Sherman 85th Anniversary.
This week we drink the Flor de Cana 18-year rum, followed by a review of the Leaf by Oscar and the Davidoff Escurio. Finally we wrap up with a discussion of Blackjack conditions for better play.
We drink Aberlour 12-Yr Scotch, we smoke fine quality cigars and we talk splitting Blackjack hands!
First up, we drink a Blueberry-Basil Margarita, we smoke a Davidoff 4000 and a Rebellion Calvary, and finally we discuss the idea of player reward clubs and their segmentation of players within groups.