The Auchentoshan 18’s complexity and gentleness makes it a peer of any top-shelf whisky.
Is there any benefit to betting both for and against the same outcome in order to minimize losses and maximize comps? Then Jason and Tony talk about Jason’s (maybe) Cuban purchase in Las Vegas and review the oh-so-tasty Glengoyne single-malt Scotch.
Jason and Tony discuss the politics of opening casinos to augment state/local budgets (with an eye toward a major referendum in Michigan this Movember). Then Jason shares the tale of cigar-related fun at a recent Xicar event at Grand River Cigar in Grand Rapids, Mich., before relaying Tony’s “still very newbie” comparative reaction to samples of Glenmorangie Nectar d’Or, Oban 15 and Glenrothes Select Reserve.
Is there a price point where the extra financial outlay becomes irrelevant?
After listening to Tony ad-lib it about how to “Diamond in a Day” with Caesar’s Entertainment, Jason reviews the Alec Bradley Prensado Churchill cigar — Cigar Aficianado’s #1 pick for 2011 — and addresses criticism of whether CA tips the scales for advertisers. Then Jason and Tony share their impressions about the Tomatin 12-year single-malt Scotch they’re sipping before providing their top brand choices for each class of spirit, for drinkers new to that spirit. A 40-minute extravaganza of fun and wisdom … or something like that.
In this exciting, action-packed voyage into podcasting excellence, Tony shares some tips for allocating your gambling bankroll, then he outlines the top five cigars in this year’s Top 25 list from Cigar Aficionado. The, they guys share their perspective about The Glenrothes single-malt Scotch whisky.
Podcast 54, 2/19/12. Join special guest Rick Reinstein, a friend of your loveable hosts, as they query him about his newbie experiences with casino gaming and cigars. Then, the trio of terrificness share their thoughts about The Macallan 18-year single-malt Scotch whisky.
Tony discusses the slot machine “Megabucks,” then Jason and Tony discuss Tony’s new humidified locker at his local smoke shop. Then the guys share their opinions on the Glenfiddich 18-year single-malt Scotch whisky — third in a series of three taste-testings of this label.
Jason and Tony share their thoughts on what to do if you only had one night in Las Vegas, then the Dynamic Duo of Discourse share their thoughts on the pros/cons of a few cigar-related books. Last up: Part 2 of 3 of our review of Glenfiddich single-malt Scotch whiskys — this one, the 15-year.
In podcast 51, Tony talks about the financial aspects of playing penny slots versus quarter slots in the casino. Then Jason shares some thoughts on how to “taste” cigar smoke. Then your dynamic duo of podcast hosts sip a dram of Glenfiddich 12-year single malt Scotch whisky. Note that our tasting is the first of a three-part Glenfiddich series; in upcoming weeks we’ll discuss the 12- and 18-year varieties.