Sir Walter Scott (1771–1832) was a Scottish historical novelist, playwright, and poet. Think "Ivanhoe" and "Lady of the Lake." He was a Scottish patriot through and through, so I'm not quite sure what this Rum and Brandy drink has to do with him. But it sure does sound good! The drink is a bit of everything, just like its namesake. The real Sir Walter was a poet, an author, and a scholar. As for the drink, it’s sweet, sour, and it brings a lot of attitude to your taste buds. Here's the recipe: Sir Walter Cocktail (Commonly known as the “Swalter”) 1 Teaspoonful Grenadine. (1 teaspoon Small Hand Foods Grenadine) 1 Teaspoonful Curacao. (1 teaspoon Bols Dry Orange Curacao) 1 Teaspoonful Lemon Juice. (1 teaspoon Lemon Juice) 1/3 Brandy. (3/4 oz Germain-Robin Fine Alambic Brandy) 1/3 Rum. (3/4 oz Barbancourt 15 Rum) Shake well and strain into cocktail glass.