Jason and Tony enjoy a Cohiba Ciglo No. 6 cigar, fresh from Tony’s vacation to Jamaica. The viceroys of vice talk about selling Caesars. Then we’re joined by our friend Bill, a rum connoisseur and occasional consumer judge, for the first of a multi-part series exploring the wild, wooly world of rum. This week: An Appleton Estates sampler.
Where, oh where, does your bankroll go when you’re on a gambling vacation? Jason and Tony tell you! Then Tony shares his love/hate experience with the Macanudo Gold Label and Jason gives some props to a Cohiba. Down the hatch we go after that, taste-testing the Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban single-malt Scotch — and learning what just a hunk of ice can do for an alcoholic.
Happy Easter! We insert some good karma for Tim from Five Hundy, then launch into a pro/con analysis of going on coupon runs in Las Vegas. Tony briefly reviews the San Cristobal Elegancia cigar then Jason covers Cohiba Puro Dominicana. How can you tell if your bartender is competent? We’ll tell you.
This Cohiba is good, just not “the best”, for Tony.
They are hard to come by, but if you can find them, grab several — one to enjoy, and more to keep in your humidor for special events in the future.
In this (regrettably delayed) podcast, Tony explains 100 percent expected value in gambling, the dudes discuss the Avo XO and Cohiba cigars they recently enjoyed, and Jason gives Tony a tutorial on pronouncing the various distillers of Scotch whisky.