In this marathon voyage into auditory brilliance, Jason and Tony enjoy a sampler pack of the Redbreast (Irish) whiskey before sharing a few milestone innovations in whiskey technology. We then relate the tale of Ken Uston and blackjack card counting, from the perspective of the New Jersey Supreme Court. We wrap up with a pair of stogie reviews — the Nestor Miranda 75th Anniversary, and the Partagas Serie E No. 2 Cuban puro.
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.
Warning: This podcast is raw and unedited, thanks to a technical glitch; the audio quality is fine, but the “edit that out later” stuff … well, it wasn’t edited out. That said, feel free to listen to us discuss how you get on the list of excluded persons for Nevada casinos, followed by our take on some fabulous Irish whiskey and a list of the most expensive cigars in the world.
Does a particular casino game routinely kick you in the nuts? Jason and Tony are here to provide helpful strategies to avoid becoming a poster child of casino rage. Then, they offer sage advice for giving cigars as Christmas gifts, and conclude the show with an utterly superficial treatment of Irish whiskey.
Irish whiskeys taste great and are less expensive than their Scottish cousins.