From espressos and lattes to cappuccinos and americanos - we're pretty spoilt for choice when it comes to buying our cup of coffee in the morning.
And now it looks like there could be a new type of coffee hiding under the cafetiere cosy - and one that could be good for our health.
We've all heard of green tea and many of us will enjoy a mug of the refreshing beverage on a daily basis, but it seems that the next big thing on the hot beverage market is green coffee.
Unroasted, or 'green' coffee, has been around for years, but it is only recently that people have sat up and taken notice of the drink as its weight loss credentials have come to the fore.
Across celebville, A-listers from Jennifer Aniston to Sophie Dahl have been sipping on the beverage, and now studies have shown that there could indeed be health benefits to a mug of the green stuff.
Made from unroasted coffee beans, green coffee contains similar antioxidant properties as tea, as well as chlorogenic acid, which is believed to aid weight loss by reducing sugar absorption and speeding up the rate of burning fat.
"It contains a fat-burning antioxidant called chlorogenic acid - destroyed in the roasting process - which aids blood-sugar control, so your body metabolises fat faster," nutritionist Dr Sam Christie explained to the Daily Mail.
According to the newspaper, a recent study backed up this assertion, with participants in a 12-week trial losing an average of 13 pounds after regularly taking a green coffee bean extract.
However, green coffee is more than just a weight-loss weapon, as it is also tasty (if a little bitter) and refreshing and can go just as well with a freshly baked brownie or couple of digestive biscuits as with a teeny salad.