Shoulder Monkey! Shoulder Monkey funky. We review this blended Scotch as well as the Cohiba Connecticut and the Plasencia Alma Fuerte cigars. And don’t miss our refresher about cigar wrapper leaves and about the outlook for skill-based gaming in the (clueless) casino near you.
Woohoo! Nearly 52 minutes of podcasting excellence, in which your Viceroys of Vice sample three different varieties of Glenmorangie Scotch before reviewing the Rodriguez Series 84 and the Davidoff Las Vegas cigars and giving The People a reminder of the basics of probability.
Frankenpodcast! Blame editing errors. We talk about building a Vice Lounge library, as well as the Singleton Scotch.
We start with a seductive, spicy Speyside Scotch in the form of the 16-year Tomintoul. Then Jason puffs the Avo Lounge double corona. Finally, we pontificate for what seems like an eternity about a casino’s liability to patrons around safety.
Whilst sipping from a generous pour of Macallan Amber single-malt Scotch whisky, Tony regales Jason with his tales of big wins and big hangovers that accompanied his 40th birthday in Las Vegas amid the festivities of 360Vegas Vacation IV.
We drink Aberlour 12-Yr Scotch, we smoke fine quality cigars and we talk splitting Blackjack hands!
Tony & Jason drink the Blood and Sand cocktail and then discuss a Vegas Trip Report!
In this show, Tony & Jason review the Glenlivet Founder Reserve, a 1502 Emerald cigar and a Padron Damaso #17 smoke.
From Johnnie Walker to The Tobacconist University and down to Tunica, MS, it’s a great week to be a VLO listener!
What Scotches should you present to a newbie? Jason and Tony share their experiences, then taste-test the best low-cost Speyside, Highland and Islay single malts sold by our favorite local purveyor of fine spirits. After that extended segment, Tony shares a blackjack variation and the Czars of Cigars riff a while on what the partial Cuban thaw means for the domestic cigar market.