How to Make Nitro Cold Brew with Whipped Cream Dispenser?

People fell in love with cold-brew coffee served at cafes and tried making it at home with several recipes popping off on the internet. Now, it’s the same with nitro cold brew.

Thanks to some amazing nitro cold brew coffee maker available for purchase, it’s also something easy enough to make yourself at home. However, if you do not own one such nitro-focused equipment at home, maybe trying another way can help. And one of those alternative ways uses a regular whipped cream dispenser.

Let’s find out how you can make nitro cold brew with your whipped cream dispenser easily…

How to Make Nitro Cold Brew with Whipped Cream Dispenser

About Making Nitro Cold Brew with Whipped Cream Dispenser.

If you are not sure how the whole nitrogen thing works with a coffee, then maybe starting with some notes on that would be ideal. So, basically, this style of coffee uses nitrogen for infusing the base brew. And this makes the whole texture very rich plus creamy. Something similar to the nitro draft beer if you have ever tried it.

The whole hype behind this comes from a sweetness that nitrogen offers. It gives a luxurious taste to the drink. The nitrogen going through basically gets rids of all oxygen from coffee and this helps in preserving a unique flavor.

Coffee shops usually have this tap system that works for the whole nitrogen infusion to cold brew process. Something similar to a cream whipper. and this is why you can get somewhat similar results by using a regular dispenser meant for whipping cream.

Now for the process, you will need a cold brew. You can use a store-bought version. Or simply make it at home, the recipe will be given below. Apart from the dispenser and cold brew, you’ll need one pressurized nitrous oxide cartridge. And some serving tools, glass or mug whatever you prefer. Ice as well, if you like cold coffee. The whole process will need a day if you are planning to make cold brew concentrate at home. Now you can make a large batch for the entire week to store in fridge, as this process demands quite a huge time.

how the whole nitrogen thing works with a coffee

Get Cold Brew Ready.

To get the cold brew, you have two ways. One, buying a high-quality concentrate for cold brew. Thankfully there are quite many available these days that are easy to purchase for regular use as well. A visit to your local super shop is all it takes or maybe you can find one online. Starbuck cold brew concentrate is a great one.

Now some of us like to keep things homemade. Because one that costs less, two it’s personalized in flavor slash richness. Plus, it’s super simple to make the base at home, you need to put very little effort.

And also, you can use the beans of your choice. As you’re saving some money on making things at home you would be able to buy high-quality beans for the process. So, if you are from the same squad, I have my way of making cold brew base down here.

If you really love the earthy flavor notes that also have a bit of Choco feel in them, go for a strongly flavored bean type. For example, you can bring the medium roasted Columbians ones, pretty accurate to what I’m talking about.

Also, with cold brewing, you will have a base that’s smooth. And here this process will get rid of the bitterness of flavor to some extent, this is basically for making it compatible in turning into smooth beverage.

Get cold filtered water, and then steep the beans. It should be coarsely grounded. You want to put at least 12 to 24 hours into the process. After this time period, you can stain those grounds out. A paper coffee filter works best for this purpose. Some also like to use basic cheesecloth. Both works fine!

After trying this process. You should have a proper concentrate that would need the same portion of water diluting before drinking. In easy words, you’ll add the same amount of concentrate and water together for while making coffee.

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Using The Whipped Cream Dispenser.

Here comes the part where you’ll be using the whipped cream dispenser. That cold brew concentrate you bought or made at home needs some dilution first. One portion of water with one portion of concentrate, mix them together well. Then pour the blend inside your dispenser.

You’ll need one nitrous oxide charge next. Charge the cream whipper with it and then shake. You want to give it a shake for at least half a minute. After that, let the gas discharge. Then bring a waiting glass. Turn upside down the canister to let out fresh brew into it.

You can also use frosty glass if available. These are great for nitro cold brew serving as there’s no need to add any ice and so, there will be no dilution due to it. However, if you don’t have one, simply use ice cubes.

Adding Sugar or Dairies to It.

Some people simply love the black version of nitro cold brew coffee and I understand why. However, there are also another group of coffee lovers who don’t mind some added cream and sugar.

Just to let you know, the black version is already slightly sweet due to nitrogen gas. So, make sure you don’t overdo it with cream or sugar. Some people try nitro coffee because it has that sugary taste and helps in cutting down sugar from their diet.

Nitrogen gas creates bubbles as well, which are better than carbon dioxide ones. Due to the bubbliness, you do feel a creamy richness when tasting it. And that too without adding any sort of dairy item.

Best way is to add just a few cubes of ice in plain nitro cold brew and cherish its original taste which is the main reason behind this beverage’s hype.

Video: How To Make Nitro Cold Brew At Home

Wrap Up

Also, if you are worried about health concerns related, there’s no negative part to it. Nitrogen is already existing in our breathing air, and typically it’s almost 80% in volume.

Another thing you might be curious about is adding ice to an already cold brew. It isn’t necessary, so if you don’t want to skip it. Similarly, if you like the chilliness in your beverages, there’s no harm in adding it. Just make sure you don’t keep it aside for too long as the ice might melt and dilute your drink. Nitro cold brew is also known for being less lasting, so it’s best to consume it right away. Quite similar to any other carbonated drinks you may have.

And that’s it! Now you know the whole process of making nitro cold brew with whipped cream dispenser at your home. So, there’s no reason left for you to wait and not try it for yourself. Go ahead and give this summer coffee diet staple thing a try and most probably you are not coming back to regular coffee, that’s what most fanatic says about it.

Brian MacCarthy

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