Dallmayr Black Night – Black. Blacker. Espresso. On the evening of Saturday, 9 November 2019, Dallmayr hosted “Black Night” – an inspirational event to celebrate espresso all in black, with coffee & food pairings, coffee cocktails and cool DJ sounds in an elegant rooftop atmosphere.
The event set the perfect stage for four new and exciting flavour combinations, delightfully presented during coffee & food pairings with Dallmayr Espresso Dark Roast.
Thanks to its wonderful combination of acidity and fruity aromas, this teriyaki skewer releases a thrilling burst of flavours. Small cubes of cassis jelly are threaded onto a skewer and wrapped in a strip of black carrot. This is then dipped into a sweet fruity marinade and rolled in caramelised black sesame seeds – a texture that truly tantalises your taste buds!
“Here, the espresso acts as a base for the variety of different flavours. It initially creates a contrast thanks to its intense aromas. The light acidity of the Dark Roast, which is reminiscent of blackcurrant, then serves as a connecting element, bringing together all the flavours and aromas to round off the taste experience.”
On 18 May 2019, the international coffee scene met at the Alpenbarista on the Zugspitze mountain to witness the very best in barista craftsmanship.
In difficult conditions at an altitude of 2,962 metres, 15 baristi from nine countries battled it out in a fiercely fought contest. The result was an exclusive event with an exciting supporting programme, from Barista TV talks to coffee & food pairings.
“At some point, coffee stops being just a passion and becomes a part of your life.”
Originally started off as a barista at a railway station, then became the owner of a café before finally becoming a barista trainer.
World Barista Champion 2018
1st place Polish Barista Championship 2015/16/18
1st place Polish Latte Art Championship 2014/16/17/18
1st place London Coffee Masters 2018
2nd place Polish Brewers Cup 2017
2nd place Coffee in Good Spirits Championship 2018
5th place World Latte Art Championship 2017
Football, music, Netflix
“My dream is to teach baristi and consumers how to drink and prepare good coffee, and that we need to respect the work of coffee producers and farmers.”
Andrea Cremone started working six years ago at Café Tazze Pazze. Opened by his family, it is the first speciality café in Genoa. Together with his brothers, he also owns a plantation called Finca Rio Colorado in Honduras for growing speciality coffee. His experience in competitions, events and the coffee plantation helped him to become a Q Grader and authorized SCA trainer.
Italian Brewers Cup finalist
3rd place Italian Cup Tasting Championship 2010
Finding the best restaurants, tasting the best street food and drinking the best wine and cocktails — in every country he visits
“Share your passion and make a difference!”
In the coffee business since 2013 at La Cultura del Caffe. Director of the MUMAC Academy in Austria since 2015, where he holds coffee courses and barista training for all kinds of groups. Has taken part in championship competitions since 2013.
Austrian Latte Art Champion 2014/16/17
International & Tyrol Latte Art Champion 2016
Café owner of the year 2016/17 (Cafetier des Jahres 2016/17)
The many sides of coffee; ice hockey
"Yes, please go ahead and drink your cappuccino. The milk-foam motif doesn’t get any better if you wait..."
Coffee roaster and barista at Schamong (Cologne)
International & Tyrol Latte Art Champion 2018
German Latte Art Champion 2018
Runner-up German Latte Art Championship 2019
Espresso Italiano Champion Germany 2017
2nd place Dallmayr Barista Jam, Bremen
3rd place Dallmayr Barista Jam, Lugano, and many more
With two children and a full-time job as roaster and barista, there isn’t much time for hobbies. Fortunately, he has turned his passion into his profession. He also likes fishing (he just never gets around to doing it!)
“Turn your passion and hobby into your career.”
Founder & owner of coffeekult (since 2007)
Tyrol Barista Champion 2009/10
Tyrol Latte Art Champion 2010
Austrian Barista Champion 2011
Austrian Cezve/Ibrik Champion 2012
Guinness world record for the most cappuccinos made in one hour
Coffee, football, mountain biking
“With coffee you can show your guests so much emotion and passion. It’s a little bit of happiness, every day.”
Has been working with coffee for almost 10 years. His expertise helped him to become Head of Coffee at Rösttrommel in Nuremberg.
Runner-up German Championship 2014
Top 20 World Latte Art Championship, Shanghai 2018
1st place Dallmayr Barista Jam, Munich
Photography, mountain biking
“On a scale of 1 to 10, my passion for coffee is 30.”
Carasso Café in Geneva, and before that restaurant manager at “Le Floris” (two Michelin stars) and at L’Adresse 13/20 Gault & Millau.
Swiss Latte Art Champion 2019
2nd place Dallmayr Barista Jam, Lugano, 2018
Semi-final French Latte Art Championship 2018
4th place Swiss Latte Art Championship 2017
Family (two children), rugby
“Ultimately lets be real, coffee is just a nice drink. What makes it significant and worth our time is how in every cup there is the effort of a group of people spread around the world trying their best to elevate something common into something special. That really in every great cup of coffee there is an expression of deep care from hundreds of people and that is why its important.”
Head of Coffee at Kiss the Hippo café, before that Origin Coffee Roasters (UK), Ninety Plus (Canada), Veneziano (Australia)
1st place UK Barista Competition 2018
1st place UK Coffee in Good Spirits Competition 2017
1st place UK Barista Competition 2016
1st place Canadian Brewers Cup 2013
2nd & 3rd place UK Barista Competition 2017
2nd place UK Brewers Cup 2015
3rd place World Brewers Cup 2013
3rd place Italian Barista Competition 2018
3rd place Australia Brewers Cup 2012
Playing music, cycling, yoga, RuPauls Drag Race Fantasy League
“For me, latte art is a door opener for people who know little or nothing about the speciality coffee scene.”
Has been working at Drilling in Hamburg, Germany, since December 2018. Drilling is a café, bar and distillery which in future will make a variety of spirits. It all started seven years ago with his apprenticeship at the 25hours Hotel HafenCity, where he received a short introduction on how to use a portafilter. His passion is latte art — above all because he’s also an artist in his free time.
German Latte Art Champion 2019
1st place Dallmayr City Barista, Freiburg
Three-time participant at the German Championship
Two-time participant at the International & Tyrol Latte Art Championship
“More than anything else, I associate coffee with being together with fantastic people who all share the same passion.”
Has been in the coffee business for six years, is a freelance event-barista and coffee caterer. It all started in a small local café, before moving on to the Double Eye coffee shop in Berlin and the Kaffeekirsche.
1st place Dallmayr Barista Jam, Lugano, 2018
2nd place International & Tyrol Latte Art Championship 2018
2nd place German Latte Art Championship 2018
2nd place Latte Art Throwdown Frankfurt 2017
Alongside her work with coffee, she is studying Sustainable Management, spends a lot of time with friends and family, likes working on her vintage car and enjoys cooking to loud music.
“Work hard, stay humble, be kind.”
Barista and co-owner at The Rabbit Punch. After studying economics at the American College of Greece, he realized that he actually wasn’t that interested in the subject. He has now been working as a barista for eight years. The most exciting thing for him is how something as small as a coffee bean can generate so many different feelings and emotions.
Greek Barista Champion 2018
4th place at the World Barista Championship 2018
His whole life revolves around coffee, watching films, reading books, listening to music, travelling and getting to know new cultures, and watching football (his favourite team is AEK Athens, his second love alongside coffee).
“It’s coffee, not rocket science.”
Head barista and roaster at the Röststätte, barista trainer and event-barista at trade fairs with Victoria Arduino.
3rd place German Barista Championship 2019
1st place German Barista Championship 2018
2nd place International & Tyrol Championship 2017
2nd place German Barista Championship 2016
Bouldering, drawing, entertaining people
“Coffee is the most captivating beverage on the planet, from seed to cup it brings people together.”
Owner and founder of Black & White Coffee Roasters and licensed Q Grader.
United States Barista Champion 2017
Finalist World Barista Championship 2017
Discgolf, golf, spending time with friends
“Life is a combination of magic and coffee! It is my inspiration to be creative. I found my destiny by coffee.”
Coffee posts: Blasercafé (2015), Supremokaffee (2016) and Home Barista Shop (2017)
Swiss Latte Art Champion 2017/18
International & Tyrol Barista / Latte Art Champion 2016/17
2nd place Dallmayr Barista Jam
“Even though coffee is our passion, the guest should be in the foreground. His smile on the face after the first sip is the greatest reward.”
After his engineering studies, he turned his passion into career. He enjoyed his first specialty coffee in 2015, started working as a barista at Heimathaven Oldenburg in 2016, helped raising Yellow Bird Coffee in Bremen as a head barista and since 2017 he shares his coffee knowledge with private persons as well as restaurants on behalf of the coffee school Bremen.
Participant Dallmayr City Barista, Freiburg
Coach of Aylin Ölcer for the German Barista Championship 2018
Playing with his children, leisure gardener and, in particular, experimenting with coffee
The Internorga trade fair in Hamburg saw Dallmayr, Allegretto, Azul, Heimbs and I·O demonstrate their exquisite coffee craftsmanship at a 40-metre-long bar. Trade-fair guests could drink espresso made by top baristi, taste speciality coffees at a pour-over station, discover nitro cold brew and indulge in coffee and food pairings.
The exhibition area offered a full programme of activities, including expert discussions, a barista challenge and coffee workshops in which visitors could take part. Meanwhile, in the tea house, the new tea of the season — Dallmayr Gin — was presented for the first time. The Keo balloon also gave tea lovers a lift with a range of delicious tea flavours. There was so much to discover at the Dallmayr trade-fair stand — why not take a look for yourself…?
Espresso with sweet strawberry and fruity lime, alpine herbs tea with crispy hay, and vanilla yoghurt jelly with berry-flavoured fruit tea: at the Vienna Coffee Festival, Dallmayr and its head patissier Holger Neugart took guests on a mouthwatering gourmet journey. For three days, everything at Vienna’s Ottakringer Brewery revolved around selected Dallmayr coffee and tea specialities perfectly combined with elaborately prepared food creations. A true highlight for coffee lovers and restaurateurs looking for that extra-special taste experience!
The very first Dallmayr City Barista attracted a huge number of coffee fans to the Plaza Culinaria trade fair in Freiburg, Germany. Visitors were treated to an exciting programme of workshops and a tough barista challenge at the trade-fair stand.
The Plaza Culinaria is one of the most important culinary trade fairs in southern Germany. For Dallmayr, the three-day fair was the perfect stage for presenting its passion for coffee and tea in all its forms. The highlight of Dallmayr’s trade-fair appearance was on the Saturday evening during the “City Barista Freiburg 2018” contest. Ambitious amateur and professional baristi competed before a jury of four experts, including Dallmayr professional barista Harald Baumüller, Dallmayr Head of Marketing and coffee specialist Daniel Rizzotti, Dallmayr coffee expert Gunnar Willipinski and coffee specialist Philipp Mayr.
In celebration of its 50th birthday, Dallmayr Switzerland invited competitors to take part in the Dallmayr Barista Jam in Lugano.
The Barista Jam proved to be the highlight of the anniversary celebrations. Under the watchful eyes of a four-member expert jury — including Dallmayr professional barista Harald Baumüller, Dallmayr marketing expert Daniel Rizzotti, and coffee specialist Philipp Mayr — participants put their skills to the test at the espresso machine. The event was moderated once more by Hamburg barista trainer and coffee specialist Tolga Daglum, who together with Swiss presenter Christa Rigozzi whipped up a fantastic atmosphere. The best three baristi won prize money totalling 2,750 euros, along with personalised trophies from Dallmayr.
Held during the German Coffee Championships at the Gastro Ivent trade fair in Bremen, Dallmayr invited baristi, café and restaurant owners, machine manufacturers and service providers to a get-together at Bremen’s new Dallmayr Academy. Away from the trade-fair halls, the event provided a relaxed atmosphere for guests to discuss current coffee trends and to put their coffee-making skills to the test in front of a four-strong specialist jury.
The highlight was the Barista Jam, but the event also celebrated the opening of Dallmayr’s new training centre in Bremen. Alongside Munich and Brunswick, the Hanseatic city is one of the Dallmayr’s three main production sites. Founded in 2007 as the AromAcademy, the Bremen training centre now has shining new facilities under the Dallmayr Academy name.
Germany’s best baristi, huge amounts of coffee and – at the centre of it all – two shiny silver Black Eagle machines from Victoria Arduino: on the evening of 24 November 2016, the second Dallmayr Barista Jam attracted some 130 invited guests – baristi, restaurateurs, service providers, coffee producers and machine manufacturers – who shared in the fun and excitement at the Dallmayr Academy. A fantastic rooftop atmosphere in the heart of Munich!
A dimly lit room, cool music and – at the centre of it all – two elegant Victoria Arduino coffee machines from Nuova Simonelli: these were the ingredients for success at the very first Dallmayr Barista Jam. Held during the German Barista Championships, which were taking place at Munich’s Food & Life trade fair, Dallmayr invited baristi, café and restaurant owners, machine manufacturers and service providers to the Dallmayr Academy training centre on 27 November 2015 to celebrate and exchange ideas. Away from the trade-fair halls, guests had the opportunity to discuss current coffee trends in a relaxed atmosphere and to demonstrate their impressive barista skills using the Academy’s coffee machines.