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The Amorsolo Nude -Filipino Cocktail

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Ring in the New Year with The Amorsolo Nude, a Philippine cocktail to go with a fantastic buffet of Filipino food. When I found this cocktail drink recipe, I thought it was just the right accompaniment to the avalanche of desserts. Its full bodied, thick, wholeness seeps into your senses sweet and slow.

You’ll enjoy its sweetness from the Kahlua, Bailey’s and dark rum. Blend it all up and it’ll be  perfect to  indulge on. Here’s to many more delightful drinks and wonderful things in the New Year for all of you.  Cheers!

  • Recipe notes: This cocktail drink was named after Fernando Amorsolo (1892-1972), a Philippine National Artist Awardee. His works covered a wide range of subjects from pastoral landscapes, historical paintings and intimate portraits. (From ‘Fernando Amorsolo’ Notecards, Ayala Musuem, Philippines)

The Amorsolo Nude - Filipino Cocktail Drink

It’s not every day I find a recipe to a good Filipino cocktail like this Amorsolo Nude. So when I did, I couldn’t resist whipping it up. This beverage is simple to put together. The basic ingredients can be found in your bar at home – Kahlua, Bailey’s, dark rum and a dash of port. It’s a sweet companion to desserts. Go and indulge. It's what the holidays are for! This drink was adapted from “The Little Philippine Bar Book” by Gene Gonzalez. The recipe makes one serving.
Prep Time10 minutes
Total Time10 minutes
Course: Beverages, Cocktails
Cuisine: Asian, Filipino
Keyword: Amorsolo Nude Cocktail
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 54kcal
Author: Asian in America


  • Bar equipment


  • 1 jigger (1.5 oz. or 44.5 ml) Kahlua
  • 1 jigger (15 oz. or 44.5 ml) Bailey's
  • 1 jigger (1.5 oz. or 44.5) Port
  • 1/2 jigger r dark rum
  • 1 cup ice
  • for garnish: bottled cherry


  • Blend all the ingredients with ice in a shaker.
  • Pour the cocktail into a tulip glass. Garnish with a red cherry. Serve chilled.
  • Photography credit: Thanks to Constante G. Quirino


Serving: 1g | Calories: 54kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Sodium: 12mg | Sugar: 1g

Notes on Nutrition: The nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and specific brands of ingredients used.

Did you like this recipe?I have more Filipino Instant Pot recipes in my newest cookbook Instant Filipino Recipes: My Mother’s Traditional Philippine Cooking in A Multicooker Pot by Elizabeth Ann Besa-Quirino. I also have more classic recipes inspired by my mother’s cooking in my popular cookbook: My Mother’s Philippine Recipes. If you’re learning how to cook Filipino food or a fan of Philippine cuisine, buy my cookbooks and books on Amazon.com sold worldwide in paperback and Kindle format.

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