Also spot on.
I’ll just go ahead and put my own preferences out there. At home I use locally roasted beans, I don’t really have a strong preference for particular origins or anything and I’m not opposed to a good blend. I tend to prefer earthy flavors to bright coffees.
I use an aeropress, except when I have people over in which case I have a normal drip pot for small parties and a couple of percolators for big parties. My grinder is a Breville Smart Grinder Pro, and I’ve been using a pretty simple Cuisinart kettle which has some temperature control (six presettings) but isn’t super precise (it’s also not well-suited for pour-overs as it’s just a normal spout).
I like my coffee black, lukewarm and weak.
When I travel (which is frequently) I’ll search out local high-end coffee places but mostly just for the novelty - if I’m with cow-orkers we’ll usually end up at starbucks.
If I end up at starbucks I’ll usually get their nitro or a simple hot bagged tea (especially if I’m going to be sitting there for a while since the refills are free). Their tea game is extremely underrated and definitely way above their coffee game.