I figured quite a few forum readers might be interested in this. If you like coffee, there is no better experience than drinking your own home roast. You buy the beans green, then roast them with a commercial or homemade coffee roaster. Let the beans rest for 12-48 hours, then grind and brew a little cup of heaven. Even the best coffee house coffee you get "on the outside" can't compare to what you roast yourself. For more info than you can possibly want, start here:
Once you get into this, you won't be able to stand drinking coffee on the outside. Also, you won't want to drip brew coffee either, pressure brewing is the bomb. See: http://www.capresso.com
for some great pressure brewers. Capresso isn't the only brand, there is Saeco, Solis, DeLonghi and others. Start surfing and you'll see. Basically you use an espresso machine to make coffee, and espresso and all the lattes and cappucinos. See also: http://www.homeroast.com/frameset-1home.html
This site has links to loads of other useful sites. This is an absolute perfect fit for KK people, well all ceramic cooker people, not just KK. My guess is a lot of us are food, wine, spirits, coffee, and cigar people.