Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Nitro Red Cheese Tea

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Nitro Red Cheese Tea

Galaxy Gas Introduction

Cheese tea is a new style of tea that has originated from Taiwan and is gaining popularity worldwide. Cheese tea is a milk-based tea that is served with a cheese-based foam. The Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Nitro Red Cheese Tea produces a very light, airy foam that makes the tea very delicious and, in the meantime, reduces the number of calories in each cup of tea. A considerable amount of salt is added to the soft, creamy topping of this tea to contrast sweet and salty flavors more prominent in a single cup. Usually, cheese tea is made with green or black tea, but we used hibiscus tea to make it special in this recipe. There is no need to spend your money on coffee shops for enjoying this sweet, salty tea when you can make it easily at home. All you need is a few common ingredients that must be lying in your pantry, a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser and a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Chargers.

Galaxy Gas Recipes: Quick Info



Cook time

1 Hour 30 Minutes


20 Minutes


6 Servings

⦁ Whipped Cream Canister
⦁ Whipped Cream Charger

Galaxy Gas Recipes: Ingredients

  • Hibiscus Cold Brew Tea – 2.5 cups
  • Kombucha – 1.5 cups
  • Hibiscus syrup – 3.5 tablespoon
  • Cream cheese – 7/8 cup – full fat
  • Sweetened condensed milk – ½ cup
  • Milk – 1 cup
  • Salt – ½ teaspoon

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipes: Steps

  1. Pour the Hibiscus cold brew tea, Hibiscus syrup and Kombucha in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
  2. Screw on Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake vigorously, around 8 to 10 times. While keeping the spout on the rim of the glass, gently press the lever of the whipped cream dispenser.
  3. Use 2 Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Chargers if you are fond of the more intense taste.
  4. Combine cream cheese, milk, sweetened condensed milk, and salt in a bowl.
  5. Pour this mixture through a sieve into a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser and refrigerate for two hours until it gets chilled.
  6. Attach 1 Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake for at least 8 times.
  7. Dispense on top of the hibiscus tea.

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipes: Extra Information

What are the types of Kombucha?

You can easily find three main flavors of Kombucha in the market. Use the one according to your preference.

Kombucha Classic:
A unique tasting drink that contains a moderate amount of alcohol and caffeine. You can taste a blend of raspberry, Morello cherry, citrus, mint and tarragon in this single classical drink.

Kombucha Quince:
Quince is obtained by blending the real bananas, melon, rhubarb, apricot and vanilla, and fine tea herbs and pure bee honey. It has a mild fruity taste.

Kombucha Cranberry:
This tangy tea is likely to contain cranberry, elderberry, rosehip and apple flavors, all blended in a single concoction.

What is a Cheese Tea?

Cheese tea is a new style of serving black or green tea. When it comes to preparing cheese tea and apple flavors, there are no hard and fast rules. It can be served hot or cold. You can serve it with or without milk, though originally it contains sweetened milk. Sometimes unique flavors are added to give it a signature style.

The Cheese tea is then topped with a foam that usually contains whipped cream, sweetened condensed milk and cream cheese. A dash of salt is added to enhance the flavor and prevent it from becoming too sweet. A whipped cream dispenser helps to produce very light, airy foam.

Cheese tea contains several ingredients that are possibly beneficial for health, such as full-fat dairy and tea. However, they may contain an undesirable amount of sugars and artificial dyes. The greatest benefit of making cheese tea at home is that you can reduce the calories by controlling the sugar and cream content of the recipe.

Is it necessary to use hibiscus tea in this recipe?

No, it’s not. You can also use any black or green tea according to your preference. We added hibiscus tea to this recipe because hibiscus tea adds a unique flavor to this creamy delight. If you have tried it already, you must be aware that it has a tart flavor, but it is great and refreshing. The tea takes a very beautiful deep red color that makes aesthetic tea for serving at a party. It is made from the flower and leaves extracted and dried from the hibiscus plant.

How to make cold brew hibiscus tea?

If you are not a fan of drinking hibiscus in a hot concoction, or if any recipe you will try asks for a cold brew, make the tea by simply leaving some tea leaves in a bowl of cold water overnight. This is a very simple method that does not require effort and is not as strong as a hot brew.

If you forget to soak the leaves overnight, there is an alternative method too. In this method, you have to steep the tea in hot boiling water for five minutes. The flowers will leave their bright red color in the tea. Then strain the tea or take out the tea bag from it. Add one teaspoon honey (don’t add if you are using it in a recipe with any other sweetener). Instantly add ice to bring down the temperature of the brew.

Why is my Hibiscus tea causing milk to curdle?

Making a latte or cheese tea from hibiscus may sometimes become tricky. It is because Hibiscus is acidic, and it tends to curdle the milk. However, using full-fat milk delays the curdling process as it has less protein than low-fat milk. You can also make use of lactose-free milk.

You can also prevent your hibiscus tea from curdling the milk by using tea bags. The teabags often contain other ingredients, too, and they are not pure hibiscus. Most commonly, you can find lemongrass, rose hips or blackberry leaf present in the ingredients list of hibiscus tea bags. These additives help in cutting down the acidity of pure hibiscus.