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Navy Grog

 Usually I prefer some spice in my Navy Grog in the form of allspice liqueur or syrup.  I think this is because I use honey mix when making a honeyed grog.  Most recipe sources for this type of Navy Grog call for honey mix (in fact the recipe that accompanies an Ice Cone Kit even calls for it). In Grog Log it is not the mix but merely heated 'til liquid honey which is specified, much like in the Never Say Die . There are further interesting unusual instructions for the Navy Grog, to wit:  "Heat honey until liquid, then mix with juices in a blender.  Stir in rums and soda." Stir in the rums and soda, eh?  This is what I've done.  In fact I've dispensed with the blender altogether.  I'll add my method in the recipe.   NAVY GROG ¾ lime juice ¾ grapefruit juice ¾ honey 1 light Puerto Rican rum 1 dark Jamaican rum 1 Demerara rum 1 chilled club soda In a mixing tin combine honey and juices to incorporate them.  (Whisk together or stir with a spoon, chopstick,

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