NitroBrew–for cocktails, coffees and brews with texture

Cocktails with volume and a weighty texture? Yes, we say, YES! In the past, the only good way to get a silky texture in a well-built cocktail was with egg white. But in our vegan-loving, bacteria-fearing world, egg white has fallen out of fashion.

Enter Nitrobrew

But we love a cocktail with a creamy, silken texture. It’s one of the sexiest ways to experience a drink. That’s why we’re featuring NitroBrew, a device that nitrogenates beverages.

The gadget was originally created to reduce carbonization in beer while energizing it with nitrogen. (Think draft brew with a pillow top.) It also allows for infusion of a drink with spices and extracts, like a cardamom and rosewater beer or an orange essence lager. But beyond beer, NitroBrew can turn a double shot of espresso into a dairy-free affogato. That’s what you call an eye opener!

It also works on tea. We tried frothing a well-steeped Earl Gray.

Try it with cocktails

The folks behind this industrious culinary contraption also recommend trying a NitroBrewed Boilermaker and several other spirited cocktails. The secret to NitroBrew’s unique concoctions is in the nitrogen. Unlike CO2, nitrogen bubbles are tiny and long lasting with a perceived softness, making them roll across the tongue in a river of plushness. Although NitroBrew was created for sale to bars and cafes, the device is available for home use. Although it looks like a mad scientist’s kit, it is surprisingly easy to use and will spark your creative side.

Get your own Nitrobrew

For more information and ordering, visit the NitroBrew website. And when you’re ready to try a textured cocktail, check out Nitrobrew’s recipe for the Old Irish Blackballer.


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