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Eat! Drink! Smoke! - Episode 98 - A Review of Henry McKenna 10-Year Bottled In Bond Bourbon and the Arturo Fuente Don Carlos President Cigar. Texas Loses Two Restaurant Icons, Gen Z Doesn't Want Fake Meat and how America Reacted to JFK Bringing Booze to the White House

Is 'Bottled In Bond' the marker of quality bourbon, or is it more of a marketing gimmick? 'Bottled In Bond' has an important story in the world of bourbon, and the Henry McKenna 10-Year 'Bottled In Bond' bourbon is definitely quality bourbon. Tony Katz (http://facebook.com/tonykatzradio) hosts the Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) radio show, heard on stations across America. The review of the Henry McKenna 10-Year is very favorable. For the cigar, they went with the Cameroon wrapper on the Arturo Fuente Don Carlos Presidente cigar. National Bourbon Heritage Month continues, as Nolan Smith of Backbone Bourbon (http://backbonebourbon.com) talks high proof bourbon and customer taste. Plus, will coronavirus have long term effect on drinking habits in the US? Fingers Malloy (http://facebook.com/fingersmalloyradio) has the News of the Week, including how judges and governors are not on the same page when it comes to alcohol sales, Texas is losing two restaurant icons, are Americans watching football and a really terrible idea for Los Angeles. Gen Z is showing how different they are from Millennials by opposing lab-grown (see: FAKE) meat, and how America responded to President John F. Kennedy when he brought alcohol into the White House. Subscribe Now! CLICK HERE!!! (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke)



Eat! Drink! Smoke! - Episode 97 - A Review of 1792 Small Batch bourbon and the Davidoff Nicaragua cigar, meet Recovery Rye, Snoop Dogg has a New Gin, and Here's Why Everyone is a Damn Fool on A Plane!

It's National Bourbon Hertiage Month! And to celebrate, we bring you a review of the bourbon that kicks off the festival, the 1792 Small Batch bourbon. Tony Katz (http://facebook.com/tonykatzradio) hosts the Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) radio show, heard on stations across America. The 1792 is a very accessbile bourbon. For the cigar, they went with the more rare Davidoff Nicaragua Toro. Fingers Malloy (http://facebook.com/fingersmalloyradio) has the News of the Week, including Amazon trying to get your order to you in 30 minutes or less, meet the man who used whiskey to clean up his life, here's the reason why people are attacking each other on planes and the father who invested in scotch to buy his kid a house. Plus, more cigar lounges have had to find ways to survive in a Covid-19 world because of bad laws, including one that had to turn into a full restaurant! Snoop Dogg has a new gin, and Tony unveils his all new Recovery Rye! And what's with all these cigar holder gadgets? And do you need one to attch to a bottle of beer? Subscribe Now! CLICK HERE!!! (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke)



Eat! Drink! Smoke! - Episode 96 - Review of the Yagua Cigar and Pikesville Rye, plus the NBA Flip-Flop on the playoffs, KFC will no longer lick fingers and Dunkin Donuts makes beer

While we mostly review bourbon, this show has turned Tony into a rye drinker. And one of his favorites is Pikesville Rye. Tony Katz (http://facebook.com/tonykatzradio) hosts the Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) radio show, heard on stations across America. This week he paired a rye he's familiar with to a cigar he was not - the Yagua from JC Newman. And it was a sensational surprise! Fingers Malloy (http://facebook.com/fingersmalloyradio) has the News of the Week, including the NBA players cancelled the playoffs....then voted not to. California is banning flavored tobacco of all kinds and Dunkin Donuts now has donut-flavored beer. Oh, and KFC dropped it's slogan, "finger licking good" because of coronavirus. Whose fingers did they think Fingers was licking, anyway? Subscribe Now! CLICK HERE!!! (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke)



Eat! Drink! Smoke! - Episode 95 - A Review of Maker's Mark 2019 RC6 Bourbon and the Avo Domaine 50 Cigar, How Urinals Spread Covid-19, Really Unhealthy Fast Food and Bars Get Clever In Fight To Survive

You've had Maker's Mark before. You think it's a fine, everyday, simple little bourbon. But have you had the Maker's Mark Wood Finishing Series bourbon? No? Well, get in your car and go buy some right now! Tony Katz (http://facebook.com/tonykatzradio) hosts the Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) radio show, heard on stations across America. Reviewing the 2019 RC6 Maker's Mark will make you believe that all is not lost in 2020. There is also a review of Avo Domaine 50 cigar, which continues to impress. Fingers Malloy (http://facebook.com/fingersmalloyradio) has the News of the Week, including how flushing a urinal can spread Covid-19, how many unhealthy things are you eating at your favorite restaurant and a Dayton, Ohio bar has a great way of getting around state-mandated curfews due to coronavirus. Subscribe Now! CLICK HERE!!! (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke)



Eat! Drink! Smoke! - Episode 94 - Luciano Meirelles talks The Dreamer cigar, a Review of Barrel Dovetail Whiskey, Whataburger is religion and New York gets radical on Coronavirus enforcement

What makes a great cigar? Luciano Meirelles of Ace Prime talks about how the science and the art need to come together, and brags about his latest smoke - The Dreamer. Tony Katz (http://facebook.com/tonykatzradio) hosts the Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) radio show, heard on stations across America. Barrel Craft Spirits (https://www.barrellbourbon.com/dovetail) makes one of the more interesting whiskeys out there - Dovetail, which is finished in sherry, rum and cabernet casks. Fingers Malloy (http://facebook.com/fingersmalloyradio) has the News of the Week, including New York getting more agressive on coronavirus enforcement, what Whataburger means to Texans and Dunkin Donuts has unveiled their pumpkin spice line up....in August! Subscribe Now! CLICK HERE!!! (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke)



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