How much honey do you need to put into a beer recipe before you can really call it a braggot? I am sure the taste is largely subjective. I want to brew a beer with 1/3 Honey, 1/3 2-row, 1/3 wheat. I guess I could call that a braggot.
I don't believe there is a definitive answer to this question. My personal view would be that braggot is a mead made with malt, and not a beer made with honey. I'd say a mead is a fermented beverage with more than 50% of its sugars from honey, thus your brew would not fit the bill.
However, the Mazer Cup mead competition defines braggot as "Honeywine made with malt, must be fermented from at least 20% honey" so by that definition you are making braggot. I think that's the closest thing we have to an authoritative answer.