The Vice Lounge Online
Summary: A weekly lifestyle podcast where casino gaming, premium cigars and fine adult beverages genuinely equal bliss.
- Artist: Jason Gillikin and Tony Snyder
- Copyright: Copyright 2010-2019 by Vice Lounge Online; all rights reserved.
Jason and Tony take a quick tour of three Jack Daniels whiskeys before sharing the tale of how the U.S. Supreme Court got into the middle of Michigan's domestic wine industry. Then Tony reviews the Davidoff Signature Toro and Jason tries to remember the Eastern Standard Euro Express. Finally, your viceroys of vice dive into a recent UNLV paper about the making of Las Vegas as a new chapter in gaming history. Oh, and a double-buttload of bloopers at the end.
Jason and Tony enjoy the most technically complicated cocktail we've ever made -- the "banana bread cocktail," otherwise known as a "King McKong." Then Jason reviews an AJ Fernandez Enclave cigar, followed by Tony's review of a Macanudo Mao. Finally, in the context of the Phil Ivey vs. Borgata controversy, we explore one writer's complaint that casinos are too big to fail.
Freshly returned from a vacation excursion to lovely, tropical Belize, Tony shares tales of smoking, drinking and gambling in Central America. And while he spins his yarns, your princes of podcasting sip an oh-so-tasty Caribbean Rum Punch.
This week we drink a truly disappointing cocktail. What makes it so bad you ask? Listen and find out with the Vodka McGovern. Next Tony talks about the Asylum-13 Connecticut while Jason reviews the La Galera 80th Anniversary cigar. Finally, we review the IRS' new rules on gambling winnings.