Back when he was running for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008, Sen. Barack Obama drank a cup of coffee at Pamela's Diner in Pittsburgh, PA.
Last week, Republican VP nominee Paul Ryan sipped Cuban coffee at Versailles restaurant while campaigning in Miami, FL.
During his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, Herman Cain also enjoyed a cup of Cuban coffee at Versailles restaurant in Miami, FL.
Earlier this month, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton smiled with a cup of Joe while touring the Timor Coffee Cooperative in Dili, East Timor.
Senator and former presidential candidate John Kerry used both hands to take down a cup of Arabic coffee while touring the Umayyad mosque in Damascus's old city in 2005.
Former President George W. Bush grabbed an early-morning cup of coffee from a coffee shop in Crawford, TX, in 2003.
While campaigning for the Republican presidential nomination ahead of the Florida primary in 2008, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee also enjoyed a Cuban espresso at Versailles restaurant in Miami, FL.
During her time serving as a senator in 2004, Hillary Clinton downed a cup of Starbucks coffee after discussing the flu shot shortage at the Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center in NYC.
During his run for Republican presidential candidate, Texas Gov. George W. Bush enjoyed his coffee in Milford, NH, in 1999.
While vacationing with Hillary and Chelsea near Salt Lake City, UT, in 1999, then-president Bill Clinton walked with his coffee in Park City.
During his campaign for senator in 2000, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani enjoyed a cup o' Joe with his breakfast at the Landmark Diner in Roslyn, NY.
While campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sen. Barack Obama had coffee with customers at Smokey Row Coffee in 2007 in Pleasantville, IA.
While serving as president in 1999, Bill Clinton stood with his daughter, Chelsea, as she sipped on coffee from a stand in Union Station in Washington, DC.
During his race for the Senate in 2006, candidate Jon Tester drank a cup of coffee at the Elk Horn Cafe in Boulder, MT.
In 2003, Democratic presidential candidate hopeful Sen. Joe Lieberman smiled with his coffee at a diner in New York.
The Democratic presidential candidate at the time, Vice President Al Gore stopped at Pat's Diner in Trenton, NJ, for a cup of coffee in 2000.
Veering from his standard cup of coffee, then-president Bill Clinton sipped a wild-berry Tiazzi at a New York Starbucks in 2000.
While serving as New York City Mayor and campaigning for a Senate seat, Rudolph Giuliani downed a cup of coffee at New York's Landmark Diner in 2000.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee sipped a Cuban espresso in Miami, FL, while running for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008.
Gov. George W. Bush picked up a cup of coffee while campaigning for president in 1999.
During his stint as president, George W. Bush enjoyed a cup of Arabic coffee while touring the Murabba Palace and National History Museum in the Saudi capital in 2008.
Democratic presidential hopeful and Vice President Al Gore was joined with his wife, Tipper, to serve coffee and doughnuts to voters outside a polling station in Manchester, NH, in 2000.
Democratic presidential nominee and Vice President Al Gore picked up a cup of coffee while campaigning in Michigan in 2000.
Texas Governor and then-Republican-presidential-candidate George W. Bush held his coffee during a flight to Arkansas for a campaign stop in 2000.
On his first full day as a private citizen after eight years in office, former President Bill Clinton laughed with his coffee outside Lange's Little Store and Delicatessen in Chappaqua, NY, in 2001.
Former Democratic presidential candidate and Vice President Al Gore walked with his then-wife, Tipper, while holding their Starbucks coffees in Washington DC in 2000.
In 2000, former President Bill Clinton's daughter, Chelsea, double-fisted her Starbucks coffee cups in New York.
Actor and former Sen. Fred Thompson prepared to drink his Cuban coffee at Versailles in Miami, FL, while campaigning for the Republican presidential nomination in 2007.
Ahead of the first presidential primary in 2004, Democratic candidate Wesley Clark took a coffee break in Concord, NH.
Then-president George W. Bush held a large cup o' coffee at the Mile High Coffee shop in 2006 in Englewood, CO.
During his run for the Democratic presidential nomination, Joe Biden poured coffee while volunteering at a benefit event at Iowa's Machine Shed Restaurant in 2007.
Power couple Bill and Hillary Clinton powered up on Starbucks coffee in Washington DC in 1998.
In 2000, Vice President and thenDemocratic-presidential-nomination-hopeful Al Gore chatted with supporters with his coffee in hand in Redmond, WA.
A bundled-up president-elect Bill Clinton enjoyed an early-morning cup of coffee in 1992 while in Arkansas.
During his 2000 campaign for president, Vice President Al Gore grabbed Dunkin' Donuts coffee and doughnuts for city workers during a snow storm in Manchester, NH.
Former President Bill Clinton held his coffee with local coffee growers at Rawanda's Kigali Serena Hotel in 2008.
While president in 2000, Bill Clinton left Starbucks with his cup in hand in Chappaqua, NY.
President Barack Obama chatted with Saudi's king over coffee in Riyadh in 2009.
While campaigning for president, Sen. John McCain made a face while drinking Cuban espresso at Versailles restaurant in Miami, FL, in 2008.
In 1998, President Bill Clinton chatted with British Prime Minister Tony Blair over coffee in the White House.
While running for president in 2000, Vice President Al Gore offered a cup of coffee to the media aboard a ferry boat between Seattle, WA, and Bainbridge Island.
During her 2008 run for Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Hillary Clinton brought coffee for primary voters on Election Day in Manchester, NH.
Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean delivered Dunkin' Donuts coffee to Concord, NH, voters in 2004.
Texas Gov. George W. Bush smiled with his cup o' Joe during a stop at a soda shop in Indianola, IA, during his 2000 presidential campaign.
During his 2000 presidential race, VP Al Gore walked with his wife, Tipper, and daughter, Kristen, after grabbing coffee in Washington DC.
While campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008, Sen. Hillary Clinton carried a thermos of coffee after an event in Indianola, IA, ahead of the state's caucuses.
In 1997, President Bill Clinton stopped for coffee at Alley's General Store after attending church in Martha's Vineyard, MA.
During his run for Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden poured coffee while volunteering in Des Moines, IA, in 2007.
While campaigning for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, Arizona Sen. John McCain met with local business owners over coffee at the Starlite Diner coffee shop in Daytona Beach, FL.
In 2007, senator and Democratic presidential candidate hopeful Hillary Clinton had a coffee date with New Hampshire State Sen. Molly Kelly at Brewbakers coffee shop in Keene, NH.
Former President George W. Bush poured himself coffee at the Pentagon in 2006.
Then a Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden brought coffee to customers while volunteering in Des Moines, IA, in 2007.
While serving as president in 1998, Bill Clinton made a stop at Alley's General Store for coffee in West Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard, MA.
While running for the Republican presidential nomination in 1996, Pat Buchanan took a break for coffee at McDonald's in Harriman, TN.
Outgoing President Bill Clinton held his coffee mug while talking with president-elect George W. Bush before 2001 Inauguration Day ceremonies in Washington DC.
A reporter received a coffee from President George W. Bush at a Virginia Dunkin' Donuts in 2006.
In 1993, President Bill Clinton greeted people at a Washington DC public open house with his coffee in hand.