In this well-lubricated episode, Tony tries his own attempt at making the Casa Fuente’s signature Old Cuban. Then the Viceroys of Vice review the Oliva Connecticut Reserve, before Tony shares some interesting points about tipping at the casino with chips.
Jason and Tony talk about prop bets at the casino, re-hash their love of the Old Cuban cocktail, and explain the design and usage of a “wineador.”
Jason and Tony loosen up the podcast format a bit; we start with an on-air mixing of the Old Cuban mixed drink (thoughtfully introduced by a caller) then, while sipping away, reminisce about the Alec Bradley American Classic cigar. Then the conversation winds up with a simple question: From the casino’s perspective, does it make more sense to play more frequently with a smaller bankroll, or less frequently with a larger bankroll?
Tony shares tips for getting and using table-game comps, then the guys share some recent cigar experiences — Tony’s unhappy encounter with two Cusano sun-grown sticks, and Jason’s joyful time with a pair of Casa Fuente cigars. Then Jason expounds upon the deliciousness that is the Old Cuban cocktail.