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
September 12th, 2020
1 hr 13 mins 24 secs
About this Episode
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 hosts the Eat! Drink! Smoke! 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 talks high proof bourbon and customer taste. Plus, will coronavirus have long term effect on drinking habits in the US?
Fingers Malloy 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.