Monday, July 13, 2009

Sips & Suds: Navy Grog (The Kansas City Star)

This classic comes to us from Don the Beachcomber. It's an example of the punch-style tiki drinks popular during the Polynesian heyday of the 1940s and '50s. Its ice-cone straw is an example of the sort of novelty garnish that was standard at tiki bars. Don called for white grapefruit juice. Demerara rum is a dark, smoky rum from Guyana. MAKE AHEAD: The ice cone used to serve the drink must be ...

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