Nitrogen Ice Cream Bar

The ultimate wow factor for your event, ice cream made in minutes using liquid nitrogen. With our bespoke nitrogen ice cream bar we can literally make any flavour of ice cream in minutes in front of your guests, in clouds of spectacular water vapour!
The bar is perfect at almost any event: at a black tie dinner or party, either making and serving ice creams or frozen cocktails; at weddings and bar mitvahs to dazzle your guests; or on a stand at a trade show/exhibition, where visitors will literally stop in their tracks to watch and enjoy, giving you a perfect opportunity to engage with them.
Freezing at -196C we can create mouth-watering ice cream concoctions which are sensationally smooth, and as we are freezing at such low temperatures we can literally freeze alcohol, meaning your favourite cocktails can be scooped and eaten with a spoon –amazing!
Choose from our extensive list of ice cream and sorbet flavours, or make up your own – we really can make any flavour – perfect if you have a theme, colour scheme or product to promote.Our current favourites are Eton Mess, Cherry Bakewell, Apple Crumble, Choccy Rocky Road, Banoffee Pie, and the very boozy Expresso Martini and Strawberry Daiquiri.
Of course, the bar is fully brandable, and can be delivered and set up in under 30 minutes. Both our double and single bars take up very little space and require no refrigeration.
As nitrogen ice cream is a pretty unique concept, please see below for some common FAQs.

Q1. What is liquid nitrogen?
Liquid nitrogen is nitrogen in a liquid state at an extremely low temperature. It is produced industrially by fractional distillation of liquid air. Liquid nitrogen is a colourless clear liquid.
Q2. Is liquid nitrogen safe for food products?
Yes. Liquid nitrogen has been used for many years to enhance certain food products. Liquid nitrogen can be harmful if it is digested in liquid form, however because the way that our bars have been manufactured the liquid nitrogen we use is fully evaporated before our icecream is ready to serve meaning there is no opportunity for anyone to come in to contact with liquid nitrogen in its liquid state.
Q3. What is the smoke that can be seen when you’re making ice cream?
The smoke is actually liquid nitrogen evaporating into the atmosphere and freezing it. It is perfectly safe just quite cold!.
Q4. Why is liquid nitrogen so good for making ice cream?
Because liquid nitrogen freezes whatever it come into contact with pretty much instantly it produces very smooth ice cream. This is because ice crystals do not have a chance to form in the freezing process meaning that our ice cream is incredibly smooth.
Q5. Do your bars require any power?
Yes. Our bars require one 13AMP plug socket and that is it.
Q6. Do you have RAMS and Public Liability Insurance?
Absolutely – our RAMS give a full explanation of the process of making ice cream with liquid nitrogen, and we have PLI of £10 million.
We work in some of the most prestigious venues in the UK and meet their stringent health and safety requirements –
The Natural History Museum, The Science Museum, Olympia, ExCel, Manchester Central, The Brewery, ICC Liverpool, The Farnborough Airshow are just some of the venues we regularly work in.