Are you a true coffee lover? Is one cup of coffee a day mandatory? And you can’t make do without it? If having coffee is a daily activity you enjoy, then with time permitting, why not make it a tad more interesting? One device that can be of actual use here is your cream dispenser. You can’t even begin to imagine all the different types of coffee you can create by putting your cream whipper to practical use.
Below we have shared three exciting options you may have thought are the prerogative of coffee shops but that you too can prepare relatively quickly:
Making café frappe takes time, for which this option is perfect for preparing on Sunday evening, you know, before starting a new week.
To prepare it, you have to keep milk in the freezer for chilling for at least one hour before you start preparing this cold coffee variant. The ingredients include milk, whipping cream, sugar, coffee powder, water and, ice cubes.
As for the role of the cream dispenser, it is necessary to whip up the cream. Find out here how to put an N2O charge in a creme dispenser.
Finally, once you have the milk on point and all ready to drink, you can decorate your frappe with a nice cloud of fresh cream.
Compared to Café Frappe, preparing White Russin Espresso will not take much of your time as your real effort will only go into readying the coffee liqueur and espresso.
As you put vodka, coffee liqueur, and espresso in a glass, fill it up with ice cubes, and top it up with some fresh cream topping, that’s all, and your White Russian Espresso will be ready for serving.
Irish cream requires one hour of chilling once it is ready. So, you will have to make time twice in your busy schedule to prepare this drink; although it’s not much, it is something to consider.
During your first break, you can prepare the Irish cream in your cream dispenser. This step should not take more than 20 minutes. After all, you have to melt white chocolate in the microwave and mix it in cream and Irish cream syrup. Heating will lead to faster dissolution. Once the chocolate dissolves completely, you can put the mixture in your cream dispenser. You will have to recharge once with a proper cream charger like Fast Gas. Then as mentioned before, you will have to shake the canister vigorously for thirty or so seconds and keep it in the freezer for one hour.
Next time, you have to pour some hot milk in a glass, mix coffee in it, and as you put the cold Irish cream on top, you will have created yourself a perfect Irish Cream Latte.
Drinking coffee will never be the same again as you try out the above options. Be sure to practice regularly to perfect your beverages!