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!