Cream Chargers East London

High-spec stainless steel cylinders are filled with 100% pure nitrous oxide (NOS) under pressure, so that when they are attached to a dispenser they produce the lightest and fluffiest whipped cream. The process is so simple and quick and ensures that you are able to take full pleasure in cooking and food preparation, right from the sourcing of the ingredients to adding the final touches. They are designed to save you time and space in a high pressure and time constrained industry, and are 100% recyclable for the utmost convenience. N2O canisters are the 8gm type to comply with the catering and hospitality industry standard and are delivered in multipacks to offer the best value for money. The whipped cream produced from the N2O canisters can be used for a whole host of recipes and dishes, from delicate millefeuille to family-favourite banoffee pie, as well as on top of hot beverages and in dips and espumas. Outside of the kitchen, nitrous oxide cream chargers are also necessary for powering model rocket motors and other similar items.

The areas in East London are all those covered by the E1 postal code; Bethnal Green, Hoxton, Chingford, Clapton, Hackney, Shoreditch, Dalston, Leyton, Stratford, Canary Wharf, Bow and Whitechapel. Each of these boroughs of East London has a distinctive feel and atmosphere but they are all similar in that the communities are often eclectic and culturally-diverse, they share ‘Cockney’ roots and the vibrant nightlife and entertainment scene is renowned. East London has its finger firmly on the pulse with popular contemporary culture, with everything from style to underground music and the excitement and creativity is palpable. Eateries and bars fill every street and square covering an infinite variety of cuisines, styles and budgets, reflecting the diversity of communities resident to the area. Often the most unconventional restaurants, bars and coffee shops are the best, and you can expect to find plenty in the shape of food trucks, underground caves, riverboats and rooftop cinemas. Popular hotspots include Hoxton Square, which is brimming with hip bars, live music venues and American diners, Kingsland Road, where you can find almost any international cuisine, and Bethnal Green Road for more upmarket watering-holes.

Serving Suggestion – Eton Mess with Banana and Butterscotch

Spice up a traditional British pudding in true East London style, with a contemporary twist on the classic Eton Mess. Whipped cream is the shining star of this recipe and will make it the perfect sweet treat for any occasion.



150ml Whipped cream

150 ml Crème fraîche

4 Bananas, peeled and sliced

100g Soft dark brown sugar

100g Butter

100ml Double cream

1tbsp Dark rum


  1. Preheat oven to 180C
  2. Whisk together the whipped cream and crème fraîche until soft peaks form
  3. Add half of the bananas until combined
  4. Break up the meringues with a rolling pin
  5. Add half of the broken meringues into the cream mixture
  6. For the butterscotch sauce, bring the sugar, butter, double cream and dark rum to the boil and stir until well combined. Leave to cool
  7. To serve, spoon the banana cream mixture into the bottom of each glass then sprinkle over the reserved meringue. Layer on the banana slices, then drizzle over a little butterscotch sauce. Repeat a second time and garnish with any remaining banana slices and a drizzle of butterscotch.