When I can get it, I gravitate towards a few varieties of dark roast from my favorite local fairtrade coffee roaster (who's also equitable about his pricing). When I can't make the trip, anything goes.
Since the Great Coffee Crisis, when the steam wand fell off my espresso machine, I've been making it in a stovetop espresso maker. I add milk and a tiny to moderate amount of sugar (since I struggle to maintain sweetness some days).
I drink fully leaded coffee until about 3pm and then switch to decaf. A perfect coffee break is when I have nothing else to do for the day other than drinking coffee.
Espresso, but more for the flavor instead of the energy.
FYI: Light roast = more caffeine
(beans aren't roasted as long and therefore less caffeine is burned off during the process)
Breakfast blends are light roast