We are in the middle of developing our Christmas Coffee 2023 and this much we can already reveal: it will be an Omni Roast! But what actually is an Omni Roast coffee? Inhalte Verbergen 1 The story 1.1 Origin and evolution 1.2 Why is he popular? 2 What makes Omni Roast coffee special? 2.1 The unique roasting process 2.2 Taste and aroma that inspires 2.3 A true all-rounder in preparation 3 Comparison: Omni Roast vs. Single Roast 3.1 Taste differences 3.2 Price-performance ratio 3.3 For whom is which coffee suitable? 4 Preparation tips 4.1 Water temperature – the key to the aroma 4.2 Why is this important? 4.3 Best preparation device 4.4 Storage tips 5 Conclusion: To tryor not to try? 6 FAQs Omni roasting is a special method of roasting coffee beans. Unlike traditional armor, Omni roasts roast the beans to provide a broader spectrum of flavors. This allows coffee lovers to prepare with different methods. Whether as filter coffee, espresso or French Press. All the possibilities in just one bean! The story Origin and evolution The basic idea began in a small online store. The coffee beans have been treated with a special roasting profile to have a coffee roasted in such a way that each coffee is convincing both as filter coffee and espresso. The question was: Is it possible to develop a roast that is optimal for all preparation methods, from espresso to French press? And that is exactly what this roast promises. Why is he popular? The enjoyment of coffee is deeply rooted in our culture. Many people are looking for the perfect taste. One factor that influences the acidity of coffee is roasting. A distinction is made between light roasts and dark roasts. While light roasts often bring high acidity and subtle flavors, dark roasts are less acidic and more dominant in flavor. It describes a roast that lies somewhere in between. In this roasting process, the coffee beans are processed and roasted to provide a broad spectrum of flavors. That is, they can be both light and darker roasted, but always in such a way that they convince in any method of preparation. The Omni roast has succeeded in balancing the acidity and enhancing the flavors so that they taste optimal in both a filter and a portafilter. Baristas love coffee because it’s so versatile. With a grind, they can prepare the coffee in a portafilter machine or make it as filter coffee. The beans are particularly finely ground, which contributes to an optimal taste. What makes it special is that it combines both the sweet notes of a light roast and the great flavors of a darker roast. The processing and roasting of the beans is a slow process. Coffee roasting is supervised by experienced master roasters who take care to slow down the roasting process. This results in slow-roasted coffees that have a diverse spectrum of aromas. It’s no wonder this coffee is so popular. It offers the versatility and depth that coffee lovers desire. Whether brewed as espresso or slowly brewed in a Chemex or V60, it always convinces. What makes Omni Roast coffee special? The unique roasting process The secret lies hidden deep in the Omni roasting. This special roasting process, perfected by experienced master roasters, ensures that every coffee bean – regardless of its variety or varietal – reaches exactly the right degree of roast. This ensures that the coffee is suitable for all preparation methods. Taste and aroma that inspires But it’s not just the roasting process. The range of carefully selected coffees and the way in which these beans are ground particularly finely contribute significantly to this. The result? A coffee that delights with different aromatic facets and offers a harmonious taste in every cup. A true all-rounder in preparation Whether you want to enjoy it as filter coffee and espresso, brew it cold or make a quick cup of espresso, “Omni Roast” coffee proves its versatility in any brewing method. In fact, this versatile coffee is the recommendation of many baristas when it comes to choosing a coffee that can be both light roasted and heavily extracted, depending on which flavor nuances you prefer. Comparison: Omni Roast vs. Single Roast Taste differences While Single Roast coffees are known for their distinct, specific flavor profile, Omni Roast offers a flavor balance that’s hard to top, thanks to its special roasting and extraction time. The difference is obvious: While Single Roast focuses on a specific aroma, “Omni Roast” promises a harmonious spectrum of aromas. Price-performance ratio Granted, it might cost you a little more to purchase. But many baristas and coffee connoisseurs feel that the versatility and variety of roast levels it brings are worth every penny. For whom is which coffee suitable? Do you like to experiment with the amount of coffee you brew and appreciate different flavor nuances? Then the Omni Roast should be right up your alley. However, if you prefer the consistent, familiar taste of a Single Roast, where you know exactly what to expect, then the Single Roast might suit you better. Of course, this doesn’t mean that one is better than the other; it all depends on your personal taste. Preparation tips Water temperature – the key to the aroma A small but crucial tip for all baristas and coffee lovers: the ideal water temperature is between 92°C and 96°C. Why is this important? If the water is too hot, you risk over-extracting the “Omni Roast”, resulting in a bitter taste. If it’s too cold, you could miss out on the full, versatile spectrum of flavors that Omni roasts offer. The best part of making Omni Roast coffee is just these subtleties! Best preparation device Wondering which device to use? Whether AeroPress, French Press or mocha pot – with this Roast you are always on the safe side. Each of them allows you to discover the unique flavors and immerse yourself in the art of roasting masters. Storage tips Airtight, dark and cool. Conclusion: To tryor not to try? Whether you’re just diving into the barista world or have been in the coffee business for a long time, the Omni Roast definitely has the potential to wow you. What makes it special is that it offers an aromatic variety that is unparalleled. So, why not pour a cup of Aromatico Omni Roasts and see for yourself? It could well be that this coffee will quickly become your new favorite. FAQs What is the main difference between Omni Roast and Single Roast? While Single Roast is roasted specifically for one preparation method, Omni Roast is suitable for all methods. Is Omni Roast coffee more expensive? Often yes, but the versatility and unique taste justify the price. Where can I buy Omni Roast coffee? In our online store. Can I use Omni Roast coffee in my regular coffee maker? Yes, that’s the beauty of it! It is suitable for all machines. Is Omni Roast coffee stronger in taste? Not necessarily stronger, but it offers a balanced and harmonious flavor profile.