Tiger Snake Australian Whiskey – An Award-Winning Sour Mash From The Land Down Under


Tiger Snake Australian Whiskey is one of the newer creations from legendary Australian distiller Cameron Syme, the man behind the multi-award winning Great Southern Distilling Co. who create the famous Limeburners single malt whisky.

The tiger snake is one of the most deadly reptiles in Australia, and that’s really saying something as Australia is somewhat famous for its fanged inhabitants. It’s also one of the most famous snakes in the country, and thanks to its tiger-like stripes it’s a snake that most residents can identify on sight. Continue reading

The Honda N600 – Japan’s Answer To The Mini


The Honda N600 was first released in the late 1960s as a Japanese answer to the famous British Mini, the Mini would prove to be hugely popular in Japan and it made a lot of sense for Honda to develop their own take on the concept that would fit within the Japanese Kei car regulations, which at the time limited the engine to just 360cc.

The car that Honda developed to meet Kei car regulations was the N360, almost identical to the Honda N600 but fitted with a much smaller, air-cooled, four stroke, 354cc, 31 hp two-cylinder engine. This car would give Mini-like styling to Japan in a package that would be far cheaper to buy, register, and insure, and it became a popular city car. Continue reading

An R/C 1:4 Scale Piper J-3 Cub With A 7.5 Foot Wingspan


This R/C 1:4 scale Piper J-3 Cub has a huge 90.5 inch wingspan (that’s 7.5 feet) a realistic cockpit, instrument panel, pilot figure, operational cockpit side doors, functional flaps, and it costs $299.99 USD. It’s built by Phoenix Model and comes as an “ARF” or “Almost Ready to Fly” kit, you just need to choose which engine you want to use – either electric or gasoline.

The Piper J-3 Cub is one of the most famous single engine planes in history, it was built from 1938 till 1947 by Piper Aircraft and over 20,000 were built. Some have compared it to the Model T Ford in that it was affordable and produced in high numbers, making aviation achievable for everyone. Continue reading