iSi One Pint Dessert Whip, White
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- Prepares fresh whipped cream in mere seconds, and it's economical, too; one pint of heavy cream yields up to five times as much whipped cream
- For a special treat, try adding syrup or other favorite ingredients to create a delicious flavored whipped cream or light dessert
- No need for additives or preservatives since it is to make fresh on spot
- Two decorator tips, and a charger holder are included
- Fresh and easy--no more whipping by hand or using aerosol cans with preservatives
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A- I know it's fresh, and hasn't been sitting on the shelf for who knows how long already.
B- I know what's in it (i.e. no sugar).
C- I can flavor it any way I like.
D- It's way cheaper than buying it pre-whipped.
E- I don't have to get the electric mixer dirty.
The only part that I'm not crazy about is cleaning it... but a good bottle brush and some hot soapy water take care of it nicely.
Good Luck and Happy Cooking!
3rd place Washington State VICA Culinary Arts Competition
I wasn't disappointed in the iSi's ability to duplicate that memory. It worked perfectly, and was able to produce real whipped cream for considerably less than a comparable amount of "fake" whipped cream from a frozen tub.
While once you have put your cream mixture into the unit, and pressurized it with the cartridge you need to use it all before it spoils ( at least 10 days with fresh ingredients ), and before you can re-open the pressurized unit, with as good as it tasted, that shouldn't be hard.
It's now been a couple months since I purchased the iSi whipped cream maker, and while I am still happy with the unit, I can't say the same for Axiom Gadgets where I purchased it. They offered a $25 gift certificate for me to take the time to write a 5 star rating for my experience with my purchase, which I did, but have yet to see the gift certificate, and no answer to email asking about it's status. In looking at other reviews of this seller I see that I am not alone. They often offer gift certificates either for 5 star ratings, or as compensation for poor service, but no one seems to ever get the promised certificates. So I stand by my opinion of the iSi whipper, but I would look for a different seller.
This is a quality tool for the kitchen that will last for many years. Between the all-metal construction, precision-machined valve, tough lid seal, and the internal coating, it's simply as good as any professional-quality equipment I've ever owned. It's easy to disassemble too, making cleaning a breeze.
It's probably a good idea to rinse the spout after use, but doing this effectively means unscrewing the spout from the valve. It's not difficult, but a quick-release of some kind would have been a better idea since there's not really any pressure behind the spout itself.
No level indicator. I have to weigh it to know how much is left.
There are few comments about ultra-pasteurized cream not working well in dispensers, but I have used several brands of UP cream without issue in this model. Shake hard 15 times.
Whip-it brand N2O chargers work just fine. They're a little cheaper in bulk.
The finish seems to allow the use of a dry-erase marker for noting an expiration date. It's not quite an actual dry-erase finish, but the scribbling comes off with very little effort.
Unless you like bland whipped cream, you'll want to add sweetener and/or flavoring. I use 1 tsp vanilla and 1/8 tsp stevia. Just so you you've been warned, the genie cannot be put back in the bottle if you forget your additional ingredients after charging. You will need to start again with a new pint of cream since it will foam out of the top like, well, a can of whipped cream as soon as you open it.
I bought one of these iSi cream dispensers about 20 years ago. Have never had a problem with it and have not worried about cream spoilage (and waste) since. The charged canister of cream lasts and lasts in the refrigerator. Very easy to use. After a quick shake, just invert, point the affixed nozzle, and pull the lever (test in the sink first to be sure its not liquid because it will splatter). The more its shaken, the thicker the cream will be. The only caution is to not shake it too much before use or you'll make butter instead of whip cream. Cleaning is a breeze; but, does require a toothpick to clean out the small holes. And, of course, release all the pressure before opening to clean. My difficulty now is obtaining the chargers due to shipping restrictions to my location.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is a simple item , you place the heavy cream in the container m place the 1 time cartridge in the handle and squeeze ..out come the whip cream! Read morePublished 3 months ago by renee caserta
Makes the best whipped cream ever. Recommended to me by a lady dairy farmer. It's the Best of the Best!Published on February 1, 2013 by Fran Amos
We have been using this for almost 2 years. Not one thing to complain about. The family raves about the yummy whip cream.Published on January 3, 2012 by N. Vissering
My iSi Cream Whipper is one of the most fun toys in my kitchen.
Supermarket whipped-cream-in-a-can is full of thickeners, texturizers, preservatives, sugars, and some... Read more
I admit that this is not one of the most needed of all kitchen gizmos but it is nice to have around. Read morePublished on November 25, 2010 by Wandrwoman
I ordered the iSi one pint desert whipper. The product arrived promptly and was packed securely. And while all pieces appear to be accounted for, I was rather surprised that not... Read morePublished on November 12, 2010 by MtnHouse Jan
I actually purchased this whipped cream device for a friend's birthday because I love mine so much. This is so much better and easier than pulling out the mixer each time you wish... Read morePublished on September 13, 2010 by L. Miller
Works perfect. Highly recommend if you can't take fake, wax tasting whipped cream. Perfect everytime. Worth every penny.Published on August 7, 2010 by M. Wall
I bought the iSi dispenser after using the one my friend owned. Having used many other brand dispensers I still know why iSi is top of the line. Read morePublished on June 28, 2010 by Asta