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.
We share some upcoming destination events in Chicagoland and the Big Easy, and Tony reflects on his Christmas trip to Las Vegas. In a doubleheader #ThanksDuane moment, we enjoy the Romeo y Julieta Romeo #2 cigar and a sample of a 26-year-old Bunnahabhain single-malt Scotch.
We drink authentic rum, we smoke a couple cigars and we discuss Vegas!
Jason and Tony talk the psychology of casinos. Tony reviews the Romeo y Julieta Short Churchill and Jason covers the Rocky Patel Decade Cameroon. Tony wraps it up with the Sparkles Sparkling Cranberry Cocktail.
Jason and Tony discuss the logistics of gambling in a foreign currency before riffing about their experience with a Romeo Y Julieta Reserve Toro. Then Tony made us an Aperol Grape Smash … mmm, smash. Tony’s birthday is coming up, so all y’alls are invited to Louisville over Memorial Day weekend to celebrate.
Jason and Tony dedicate an entire episode to Cuban cigars — our experience purchasing them in Canada, reviews of cigars by Montecristo, Bolivar and Romeo Y Julieta, and more.
Tony makes a belated return to the podcast to discuss tipping in casinos, and the boys share their thoughts about the Macanudo 1968 series and the Romeo y Julieta Cedro Deluxe series of cigars.
Try this medium smoke with subtle pepper flavor if you want something different than what you normally smoke.
The Reserva Real is a mild, pleasant smoke, but beware some construction problems. 78/100.
Romeo Y Julieta cigars are a delight with a great peppery-spice to them. Read why I was slightly disappointed!