Doing creative taste experiments with whipped cream in your cocktails might result in some delectable concoctions.
Not only is whipped cream used in strawberry shortcake and milkshakes. Whipped cream, known as "milk snow" in the 16th century, is thought to have long improved the flavour of alcoholic beverages as well as other foods. This preferred method of consuming dairy creates lusciously creamy beverages. And although a cream cocktail might not be your go-to drink when you're out with friends or the first thing that comes to mind when planning a party or get together, you might want to reconsider after learning all the benefits this component is gifted with.
Add it to cocktails
It may not be very imaginative to add a dollop of whipped cream as a garnish to your cold and refreshing pia colada, but if you mix it right into your blended drink, the sweet, fluffy, and creamy flavour will add a sumptuous touch and may give you the impression that you are eating a really grown-up dessert. In reality, whipped cream is a component of some of the most exquisite drinks. The classic cocktail known as a "mudslide," which is typically mixed with Kahlua, vodka, Irish cream, ice cream, and heavy cream, is a perfect illustration of how the foundation ingredient in whipped cream can transform a cocktail into a work of art that makes the mouth water in anticipation of the next sip. But when it's prepared, it changes the game.
Whipped cream may add texture to your cocktail in a way that not only complements but also enhances the flavour of a drink with its lighter than air consistency, so get the shaker out. Moreover, heavy whipping cream naturally has a silky, delicately sweet richness that is enhanced by the addition of sugar. When there are strong bitter or sour flavours in a cocktail, adding whipped cream can assist create a flavour balance that is pleasing to the palette. In fact, whipped cream is a magical ingredient.
Add as you like
Speaking of flavouring things up, you can flavour whipped cream to add still another level of intricacy to your cocktail. If you flavour your whipped cream with a little vanilla, orange, almond, coconut, or peppermint essence, the flavour of a cocktail will reach heaven for the taste buds. A coconut martini may be topped with a tablespoon of coconut-flavored whipped cream for a summertime touch, while a chocolate martini could be transformed into a chocolate peppermint martini for something seasonal and festive. Woww this sounds so interesting, it's time to try.