Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser – Dirty Chai Latte

Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser – Dirty Chai Latte
Tired of all those fancy coffee drinks? No worries, we present to you the Dirty Chai Latte. This drink has a strong flavor because it combines espresso and chai. The bitterness of espresso rounds out the sweetness of the drink. Usually, a chai latte is made of Masala chai, a variety of chai that originated in India.

You typically need to combine frothy milk with chai for a chai latte. However, since this is a 'Dirty' Chai Latte, we will add espresso to it. The Dirty Chai Latte originated in England in the 1990s, and it was all by accident. An American mistakenly added a bit of espresso to the latte when a new variety of Chai Latte was born.

Now let's get down to basics. To make this delicious Dirty Chai Latte, you will need the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cartridges and the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Chargers. Once you have all the equipment you need, you will need to follow the easy recipe below. If everything goes according to plan, your Latte should be ready in a few short minutes.

Galaxy Gas Recipes: Quick Info



Total time for making the recipe

10 Minutes


10 Minutes


1 Serving

Galaxy Gas Recipes: Ingredients
  • Homemade Chai Spices: 1 tsp.
  • Water: 1 Cup
  • Black Tea or Loose leaf Black Tea: 1 Bag
  • Strong Coffee or Espresso: 4 Shots
  • Whole or Fresh Milk: ½ cup
  • Simple or Pure Maple Syrup: 1 tbsp.

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipes: Steps

  1. Take a saucepan (small-sized), put it over medium heat, and whisk together the water and chai spices. Bring the mixture to a boil. Once done, let the water and chai mixture rest for a bit.
  2. In an Espresso maker, make the espresso. Once done, add the espresso to one or two large cups.
  3. After a minute, strain the tea through a strainer. Clean the saucepan, and add the maple syrup and milk. Heat the milk to at least 150 degrees Fahrenheit.
  4. Use a French press, whisk or hand frother to foam the milk.
  5. Once all the ingredients are ready, pop them in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
  6. Don’t forget to charge the dispenser with the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger.

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipes: Extra Information

Variation in the Recipe?

Yes, you can use a different variety of chai to make this recipe instead of the Black tea. However, we would strongly advise not changing up the ingredients because that can negatively impact the flavor and consistency of the latte. Only make the changes if you are sure about what you are doing.

However, no matter if you make the changes or not, ensure that you have the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser at home, or you won’t be able to make the Dirty Chai Latte.

Does the Dirty Chai Latte have Health Benefits?

Chai has several benefits, and the Dirty Chai Latte has inherited some of them. While we will not go through every benefit that chai offers, we will say that this Latte has energy-boosting capabilities. While you can have this chai at any time during the day, we would strongly recommend having it with or before having breakfast.

How to Serve the Dirty Chai Latte?

Now that your drink is ready and waiting to be served, we have a few serving ideas that you can try. While you can serve the latte any way you like, here are some key tips that will be of great help to you:

  • Ice: Ice and tea look like a weird combo, especially since tea is served hot, but here it is the perfect combination. You can serve the latte with the ice. However, don't add too much ice to the glass, as it spoils the taste.
  • Fruits: You can serve the drink along with fruits as well such as cranberries, blueberries or raspberries. Pick a raspberry or blueberry and place it at the side of the glass.
  • Ensure the Cocktail is served chill: Now that you have done all the hard work and made the latte, you should serve the latte chill. This will keep the latte fresh and protect it from other elements that may spoil its appearance and taste.
  • Glasses: We would recommend using glasses for serving the Dirty Chai Latte rather than a mug. The glass looks classier than mugs.