Happy St. Patrick’s Day, ye heathens. We celebrate with a whirlwind tour of Jameson whiskey, plus — for good measure — Emu Export, a beer from Down Under. Oh, and the Alec Bradley Prensado and how letting it age makes a difference.
Whoo-ee, kids! Lots o’ great stuff packed into this 32-minute show. We start by reviewing the Glen Breton Rare single-malt whiskey. Then Tony shares a review of the Pappy Van Winkle cigar followed by Jason sharing his review of the Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art Churchill. Then we segue into a review of the shifting rules about bringing cigars and spirits out of Cuba (thank you, change in presidential administrations!) before diving into the first segment of a three-part series about casino credit. Can’t miss, y’all!
Join us on an über-exciting voyage of podcasting excellence as the VLO boys record remotely from Grand River Cigar in Grand Rapids, Mich. Jason and Tony are joined by Jon and Dan of the Cigars and Scotch podcast, with special guest appearances by Robin Day of Grand River Cigar (co-owner) and Rick Reinstein (sidekick extraordinaire and honorary VLO intern). The free-wheelin’ conversation includes reviews of the Caol Ila 12-year single malt Scotch whisky, the Alec Bradley Prensado (Gordo) and various stories that will warm the cockles of your shriveled souls. Can’t miss!
The Alec Bradley Prensado Churchill presented well, burned evenly, tasted fine and featured a moderate price point.