General Inquiries

Where can I buy Baking Bad products?

You can purchase Baking Bad products through our authorized distributors. Contact us at for distributor information.

How does Nitrous Oxide enhance Alcohol?

Nitrous Oxide (Food Additive E942) boosts alcohol flavor and texture when used in alcohol infusion.

Which Alcohol Infusion Devices work with Baking Bad?

Baking Bad products are compatible with leading alcohol infusion devices. Refer to our product page for recommendations.

Is Baking Bad safe home use?

Yes, Baking Bad is safe for home and commercial use. Consult our safety guidelines for details.

How do I recycle Baking Bad products?

Baking Bad products can be recycled. Dispose of empty cylinders with metal trash for collection.

I saw misleading content on Social Media about this product. How do I know what is official Baking Bad content?

Official Baking Bad content is released via our website and social media accounts. We discourage misuse in line with our Terms & Conditions. Nitrous Oxide, due to its controversial nature concerning potential misuse, environmental impact, and recreational use, poses challenges for our team in addressing misleading information and misuse.

Baking Bad strictly collaborates with reputable businesses and vehemently opposes product misuse, as outlined in our Terms & Conditions. We encourage you to consistently rely on our website and official social media accounts for accurate and legitimate information. Thank you for your understanding.

What to do if...

Troubleshooting Common Issues with Baking Bad Products

Product Not Functioning Correctly
Ensure the pressure regulator is securely and correctly attached to the cylinder, with the hose tightly connected. If issues persist, contact us at for further assistance.
Runny Cream or Foam
  • Check if the product used has a minimum fat content of 28%.
  • Allow more time for the gas-liquid reaction by holding the dispenser upside down and shaking it vigorously for 10 seconds.
  • If the issue persists, it may indicate that the dispenser is at maximum capacity or requires additional nitrous oxide.
Thick Cream or Foam
Thick consistency may result from the dispenser being too cold (e.g., stored in the fridge) or over-shaking (recommended shaking time: 10-15 seconds).
No Cream Produced
  • Insufficient pressure may require more nitrous oxide.
  • If clogged, rinse the dispenser nozzle under warm water for a few minutes and shake vigorously.
  • Do not attempt to open the dispenser head under pressure.
Gas Leakage from Nozzle
  • Ensure all components are tightly secured. If leakage persists, it may require a silicone seal replacement or a damaged dispenser head. Disassemble the dispenser after the gas disperses and contact us at
Dispenser Unscrewing Difficulty
  • Never attempt to unscrew the head under pressure; release the gas first.
  • Difficulty may arise from a blocked dispenser top or over-shaking. Rinse the top under warm water to release dense liquid and facilitate unscrewing.