This fruity and flavorful tropical-tasting Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Pineapple Kiwi Infused Tequila will soon become your favorite. The sweetness of pineapple and kiwi blend nicely with the sour tequila and make it great for mixing in margaritas and sours. The first sip will take you to the fantasy of a tropical beach. Are you keen to go for a cocktail to sip something delicately flavored? The super simple and extraordinarily smooth pineapple kiwi-infused tequila is ideal for making your cocktails naturally sweet. It’s the weekend, and you deserve a cocktail treat!
Not everyone has a restaurant life, but yes, everyone deserves a rejuvenating cocktail to refresh themselves for the upcoming week. So we have whipped up the pineapple kiwi infused tequila in Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser because it is: Incredibly simple – it will only take your ten minutes and negligible efforts. Real pineapple and kiwi flavor – that is too topical to handle. Natural sweetness – meaning that your cocktail will need a lesser amount of sugary syrup. Super Quick – No waiting time! Instantly infuse the spirit with the cream whipper. You can shake your pineapple kiwi-infused tequila into a margarita. Just a splash of lime and sugar syrup. You can also sip it after pouring just over ice.
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- Pineapple chunks – ¾ cup
- Kiwis – 2
- Silver tequila – 1.5 cups
- The tequila should be at room temperature or slightly warm.
- Peel the kiwis by scrubbing their skin gently. Remove the ends and chop the kiwis.
- Place the pineapple and kiwi in a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser and pour the tequila.
- Screw the infusion set and the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger.
- Charge the cream whipper and shake well for 20 – 30 seconds.
- Place the cream whipper on a kitchen counter for one and a half minutes.
- Vent the cream whipper after covering its top with a towel.
- Wait for the bubbling to seize before your pour the infusion in a glass bottle.
- Seal and label with name, ingredients, and date.
- You can also pour the concoction directly into a serving glass but wait for a minute before consuming it.
Tips for making pineapple-infused tequila:
You can just do it with three ingredients, most likely available in your pantry or refrigerator. The most difficult part is waiting for the drink to infuse for weeks. But we have got you covered!
Our Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser has a unique capability to infuse liquids within minutes. So if your guests are up to without informing, you don’t need to panic.
Use some fresh pineapples and kiwis for best results. Once prepared, refrigerate the tequila, and it won’t go bad. Pineapples that go through the infusion process become super boozy, so eat them with caution. Also, they won’t taste great! Choose some good snacks and enjoy.
What type of alcohol infuses best?
Vodka, whisky, and rum are ideal for making infusions. Traditional infusions go well with spirits that have a high alcohol percentage. When you infuse with the sous-vide method or use a cream whipper, you can even use high sugar liqueurs or quick-fading wines without any problem. The liquors do not lose their original flavors, so flavorings are less prominent in bolder liqueurs.
That is why vodka or Everclear is a common choice for infusions. They don’t conceal the flavoring agents behind their flavor. You will also find that white rum and silver tequilas are also a favorite choice for infusions because of their mild flavors.
Using the stronger spirits is tricky, where you can only stick with flavoring agents that complement their base spirit. Bourbon and dark rum are strongly flavored so that they will engulf any mild flavors added to them. Therefore it is essential to use strong flavors in these spirits.
Infused alcohols are great for use in cocktails. Whether you are a fan of heavy alcohol drinks like Old-fashioned, Manhattan, or martini, or prefer light drinks such as sodas or fizzes.
How long do infused alcohols last?
Most alcohols may remain good for years when stored in a dark cabinet, though they will lose flavors with time. Sweeter or lower-proof alcohols have a chance to perish quickly. Therefore they must be kept in the refrigerator. As a rule of thumb, the life of infusion is equal to the life of alcohol itself.
How to choose the best flavors for alcohol infusion?
If you find it difficult to figure out the most suitable flavors for infusing a specific liquor, check out the flavors used in the classic cocktails for the liquor. In this way, you can easily know which flavorings pair well with a given spirit.
Why is Tequila used for this infusion?
Tequila has a nice flavor that stands between mild and strong, so it is a popular choice for infusions. You can drink it straight for a prominent flavor of the infused fruits. The best flavors for infusing Tequila include jalapeno, pineapple, lime, chile pepper, citrus, or some spices.
Choose silver tequila for infusing ingredients that have milder flavors as it is mostly neutral. Aged tequila is strong, so not every flavor infuses it.
Love all things "tequila?" Make sure to try out our Nitrous Infused Strawberry Foam Margarita!