We pack a lot of great content in to a less-than-30-minute show! After sipping a delicious Black Manhattan, Tony briefly recounts his story of a Romeo y Julieta 1875, a Cuban he received as a gift. Jason, meanwhile, smoked the 2019 release of the Camacho Liberty Series 2012 Thowback. We wrap up with a legal-like segment about facial recognition technology in casinos.
After discussing the SCOTUS ruling on PASPA, we sip the tasty Trinidad Sour cocktail and reflect on the U.S. trend away from domestic mass-produced beer consumption. Then Tony shares his experience with the Rocky Patel Vintage 2006 San Andreas cigar, followed by Jason’s notes about the Macanudo Inspirado White. We wrap it up with some ideas for what to take with you to the casino if you’re going to enjoy several premium hand-rolled cigars.
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!
Tony’s first solo show involved KY Bourbon Barrel Ale beer, 4 phone calls and a casino legal segment!
Jason and Tony discuss the curious legalities of Michigan v. Bay Mills Tribe, a case about off-reservation Indian casinos to be addressed soon by the U.S. Supreme Court. Then, they revisit an old favorite cocktail — the Sinatra Smash.
If your generosity doesn’t extend to checking IDs, you might put yourself and your cigar shop at legal risk for having served alcohol to under-age patrons.
Podcast 15 is a special legal episode about the casino smoking ban in Illinois, Michigan’s super intoxication law, and drunk checkpoint evasion apps for your smartphone.