Jason and Tony help new casino visitors get a feel for what to expect and plan for on the gaming floor. After that, the Viceroys of Vice disagree with each other in their assessments of a Knob Creek sampler pack and the Davidoff Year of the Sheep cigar.
This complex cigar isn’t for the weak-stomached. It’s a big smoke, but worth the investment.
Interested in a large smoke that’s well constructed and gentle on the tongue? Try the Flor de Gonzalez Gold Series. Rated 90.
Overall ranking? 92 of 100. Good smoke that I’d be happy to enjoy again.
In today’s action-packed episode, Jason and Tony wax excitedly about the upcoming 360 Vegas Vacation. Then your viceroys of vice share their experience with the Alec Bradley Connecticut cigar before reflecting on the subtle joys of The Balvenie 15-year single-malt Scotch whisky.
Podcast 104 — Theoretical loss and comps; the Quesada Tributo cigar; American whiskeys.
Solid but didn’t “wow” me. Decent cigar worth enjoying again.
Cabo Wabo’s middle-child offering, though, is different: The Joe Jonas of the tequila world, an impressive offering in its own right.
This is a strong cigar, but its power was softened a bit by hints of spice, cream and dark coffee — characteristic of liguero.
The Auchentoshan 18’s complexity and gentleness makes it a peer of any top-shelf whisky.