We set the stage for podcasting excellence with a dram of The Sexton Single-Malt Irish Whiskey before segueing into reviews of the Gurkha Cellar Reserve 18-year and Rocky Patel Vintage 1990 cigars. We then explore the meaning of cigar-wrapper colors. Also on deck: A review of the recently expanded Gun Lake Casino, a tribal facility in Allegan County, Michigan.
In this exciting but somewhat stitched-together Frankenpodcast, Jason and Tony sip the Godmother cocktail while pontificating about the Rocky Patel Zen by Nish Patel and the Gurkha Cellar Reserve Hedonism cigars. Then your gurus of gambling review the sad case of Jan Flatto, whose friend pushed the button on a slot machine — and then walked away with a $100k jackpot.
Hoo-boy. Ok. So we start out with a tasty gin-based cocktail then roll into free-form conversation about Tony’s Labor Day trek to Nevada. After that, we riff on a call and then roll into a review of the Gurkha Evil cigar.
Jason and Tony riff on what they’d do in Clark County if they had $10 billion to spend. Tony reviews the Aging Room Quattro, followed by Jason’s review of the Gurkha Wicked Indie. The dynamic duo enjoy a “new take” on the Dark and Stormy cocktail — leading to Jason’s tales of woe regarding the shipping of alcohol.
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.
Happy Father’s Day! In this action-packed episode, Jason and Tony share their best and worst casino picks along eight different categories, then they review the Gurkha Beauty cigar. Wrapping it up — a discussion about pairing drinks and events.
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.
This is a strong cigar, but its power was softened a bit by hints of spice, cream and dark coffee — characteristic of liguero.
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.
Any of these four cigars would make a fine addition to a daily rotation, but ….