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richberry Navy Grog

This drink can get you groggy, indeed. Rummy smell and rummy taste, you could hurt your throat with its burning sensation. Pairing it with richberry could somehow ease you up with the flavour. The word grog originally referred to rum mixed with water that was rationed to crews of the British Royal Navy in 1740. This drink is considered to be part in what is called the holy trinity of tiki cocktails, alongside the Mai Tai and the Zombie.


1 oz (30 ml) demerara rum

½ oz (15 ml) Puerto Rican rum

½ oz (15 ml) Jamaican rum

? oz (11 ml) fresh lime juice

? oz (11 ml) fresh grapefruit juice

½ oz (15 ml) Honey Syrup

1 ice cone, for garnish (see tips)

Lime wheel, for garnish

3 Luxardo cherries, for garnish

Orchid, for garnish


In a cocktail shaker, combine the rums, lime juice, grapefruit juice and honey syrup. Fill with ice, shake and strain into a double rocks glass over an ice cone. Garnish with the lime wheel, cherries and orchid.

Mocktail (non-alcoholic): If you wish to have a delicious non-alcoholic version, please feel free to take the alcohol out and follow the same procedure.

Consume Miracle Berry: Just before digging in, chew 1 or more freeze-dried miracle berry (this can also be done during the preparation of ingredients). Ensure to remove pits to avoid a bitter taste.

Fact: The active ingredient miraculin from miracle berry will turn sour foods such as lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit, non-fat yoghurt and other citrus food to taste sweet without adding sugar. We recommend two halves or 2 servings for maximum effectiveness. Make sure to follow instructions from the back of the packaging.

Warning: Alcohols are for over 21 years of age and above. Drink responsibly, do not drink and drive.

Calorie savings:

1-tablespoon simple syrup - 64 Calories

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