America's favorite drink didn't reach its shores until the 17th century, and it wasn't until the American Revolution that it became a preferred beverage to tea. The anti-British uprisings, ensured coffee's initial reputation as a drink of protest. It then became a staple beverage in the iconic American coffee house, the diner. In the latter half of the 20th century American entrepreneurs turned it into a boutique beverage served up by artisanal coffee makers the world over. Coffee roaster Dean Cycon and food travelista Judith Jones embark on a journey to discover how Coffee changed America, and in the process became its favorite drink.