As noted, coffees have even more taste variety than wines. And no one wonders if it's worthwhile to spend time pairing your favorite wines and foods.
(Speaking of wines, did you know that they have over 400 "flavor characteristics" that combine to produce the richness and depth of both their aroma and taste? Well, coffee has over 800. When combined with the fact that coffee is meant to be savored at a wide temperature range, whereas red and white wines are each typically drunk in a very narrow such range, you can see why we believe that paying attention to pairings will also pay dividends!)Body: full / robust (try French press)