Nitro Cucumber and Gin

Nitro Cucumber and Gin

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipes

Servings: 4 Servings
Prep time: 00:10

This is a very simple recipe, and you just need to add gin, lime juice, coconut water, cucumber water, ground ginger, and a cold brew tea like Gruner tea. Even the novice bartender can whip it up to treat the guests. The best thing is that you can alter the recipe to suit everyone’s palate so that you can please the crowd. For example, add syrup for those who love it sweet. Within a few minutes, you will have an amazing cocktail to serve. It seems that the flavors improve with time. As you sip for longer, you give more time to the flavors to infuse into each other. Whipping up this nitro cucumber and gin is super easy, and it doesn’t take much of your time. You don’t need to give much thought to over-shaking or to muddle. All you need to do is to pour everything into your Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser and let the magic begin. The nitrous cream chargers will whip the drink to make it deliciously creamy and frothy. Bright, refreshing, and thirst-quenching, this summer luxury drink contains the essential electrolytes to rehydrate and rejuvenate after long summer days. This nitro cucumber and gin is great with tangy lime juice and sweet coconut water.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Mix all ingredients in a shaker and pour the mixture in a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser through a sieve and funnel.
  2. Charge with one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger.
  3. Pour into the glasses.
  4. Use a second Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger for an intense fizz on your taste buds.

Tips

What does it taste like?
A nicely made nitro cucumber and gin will taste like a sophisticated image. It will also give a hint of an upgraded mojito with coconut water. Just give it a try, and you will love the drink.
This refreshing cocktail is perfect for summer parties. For gin lovers, it is just heaven. The botanicals in gin have a natural affinity for infusing the flavors of cucumbers and coconut.
Benefits of Nitro Cucumber & Gin:
A refreshing boozy drink that you can enjoy without alcohol also.
Contains plenty of vitamins and minerals coming from coconut water and cucumber water.
Helps in reducing inflammation in the body and freshen your breath.
Is this drink refreshing?
When we talk about relaxation, cucumber slices and juice are the most obvious things that come to our minds. But sometimes, you are craving it with a boozy twist, and here comes this perfect recipe of cucumber coconut cocktails. The combination of coconut and cucumbers is so damn hydrating and refreshing that you can’t resist it in the summer. Pour it over ice and stir before you gulp down this frothy concoction.
What type of gin goes best in this recipe?
Without any doubt, Gin is the most versatile and compelling alcoholic beverage and comes in nearly 3500 varieties. Here is a summary of the four basic Gin and their flavor characteristics. You can choose the best Gin according to your palate.
London Dry:
London Dry, as the name suggests – was first crafted in England. But now it is popular worldwide and the most commonly used gin. The most dominant flavor that your taste buds can recognize is the “juniper.” Gin is often steeped with citrus peels before distillation to give it a bold citrusy flavor. That is why most of the cocktails that contain gin are brightened by lime or lemon juice. Gin is not artificially flavored, and if it has a mildly sweet flavor, you can attribute the sweetness to the presence of licorice.
Plymouth:
When we talk about flavor, Plymouth is drier than London Dry. The seven main flavoring components of a Plymouth are – dried sweet orange peels, coriander seeds, juniper, cardamom, Angelica root, and Orris root. The presence of roots makes its flavor earthier. Its oily texture makes it suitable for several cocktails, especially those with a bitter kick.
Old Tom:
Old Tom was a name given to the gin, which contained additional sweetening elements during the 18th Century. Some manufacturers like Ransom age their Old Tom in wine barrels to give them a caramel color. However, the others, such as Hayman’s, prefer keeping it clear. The manufacturer may add an artificial sweetener or rely upon botanicals to do the job. It goes best in mixed cocktails.
Genever:
Probably the most original gin, Genever dates back to the 16th century. The flavors rely upon malted grains rather than juniper and other botanicals. That is why it has a robust flavor similar to that of whiskey. Other added flavorings include caraway, cloves, ginger, nutmeg. The citrus flavor is most often absent from a Genever. It goes best in rich cocktails because of its richer flavor. Stir in some bitters or use with sweet vermouth; it will make you feel like a millionaire.