I am interested in creating a nitrogen infused drink. I want to be able to make small batches of my drink (its not coffee) and testing the market before having to buy expensive equipment.
I think a way to do this is to buy a strong sealable container, fill it with my beverage and add liquid nitrogen to it. I'll then seal the top and wait some time for the liquid nitrogen to infuse throughout the drink.
I will then decant from my stronger container into smaller sealed bottles for trials.
A few questions I have are these:
- Will the liquid nitrogen evaporate immediately as I add it to the drink, being lost to the atmosphere and thus not infusing the drink at all.
- In order to counter part 1 can I just add a lot more liquid nitrogen than would be needed to fully dissolve in the drink in the knowledge that the container can handle the pressure.
- If a beer bottle can maintain the carbonation of a drink, can it also maintain the nitrogenation of a drink?