We’re back with a blast, as we begin a four-part series called “Drinking Whiskey.” In the first segment, we review the essential terms common in the whiskey trade, while we enjoy a healthy pour of the Pikesville Straight Rye Whiskey from Heaven Hill. Tony reviews the Catch-22 Connecticut Toro, followed by Jason’s review of the Montecristo Media Noche Churchill. We wrap up this 42-minute behemoth with some tips for asking your hotel casino for room comps.
This week we drink three different types of whiskey from the Journeyman Distillery collection, we smoke a Punch Bareknuckle & Por Larranaga cigar. Finally, we finish up reviewing a Supreme Court case of Lewis v. Clark which address Indian Tribal Immunity.
We talk about gaming the casino’s hotel, we drink the Basil Hayden bourbon and smoke the Rocky Patel 2003 Cameroon cigar!
With Tony home from Vegas, he’s got a great trip report to share. Plus we drink Two James Whiskey.
A fun but potent bourbon cocktail, two cigar reviews and a discussion about the government and gambling!
In this travelogue episode, Tony recounts his recent trip to Las Vegas (whoops, we mean Laughlin) undertaken with his lovely wife. Then the wizards of whiskey put Clyde Mays through the paces.
Jason and Tony discuss the kinds of people to avoid at the casino, then roll into the second part of their cigar tips. And what better way to wrap it up than with a home-made whiskey sour?
Podcast 104 — Theoretical loss and comps; the Quesada Tributo cigar; American whiskeys.
The Viceroys of Vice address the risks of the “seedy side” of Las Vegas then discuss what makes a cigar review useful. We wrap up with a suggested progression for building a Scotch palate.
Tony and Jason discuss the difference between “active” and “passive” gaming, then Jason shares his experience with the San Luis Rey churchill before he schools Tony in the federal regulations governing American whiskeys.