In this well-lubricated episode, Jason and Tony imbibe two Cynar-based cocktails (the “Patreon Love,” so named because Tony forgot the name of it, and the “Cynar Flip”) and share their experiences with the Kristoff Brittania and the Opus X Lost City cigars. Then we begin a two-part gaming segment focused on the ways the casinos fight money laundering. Can’t miss!
We launch the show with a reminder to catch E-351 for some admin notes, if you missed them, then we dive into a review of Ancient Uncle Joe’s artisinal aged mead, a gift from Jason’s friend Eva. Then Tony elucidates his enjoyment of the Kristoff Connecticut cigar, followed by Jason’s declamations of demi-demerit for the Rocky Patel Special Edition. Kyle from Ontario calls with an intriguing idea. Oh, and we finish with sharing the American Gaming Association’s year-in-review email blast.
Tony’s back from Atlantic City! In this show, we start with a listener call and a listener email, then we sip Dow’s ruby and tawny ports. From there, Tony shares his disappointing experience with a Rocky Patel Sungrown Maduro cigar while Jason riffs about the Kristoff Habano Churchill. We wrap up with a legal-beagle segment about a U.S. Supreme Court cast around legalizing sports betting in New Jersey. Plus outtakes!
We put a twist on the Cuba Libre, we show you the money, and we each smoke a cigar for reviews.
Jason expresses his dismay over the selective enforcement of open-container laws in downtown Las Vegas. Then Jason and Tony review the Kristoff Criollo cigar and the anCnoc 12-year single-malt.
Jason and Tony talk about the Kristoff GC Series and Davidoff 4000 cigars, then Jason shares the recipe for a Corpse Reviver No. 2.
Tony rants about casino resort fees then Jason shares his impressions of the Kristoff Sumatra cigar. Then, after talking about the dirty Grey Goose martini they’re sipping, Jason and Tony ask the question: What’s a cocktail?