I also like Green Mountain Coffee's Southern Pecan. This is a great everyday cup of coffee.
When we have Indian food, I like Cafe Escapes Chai Latte. It's very, very sweet, but it comes closest to replicating the chai made at my favorite Indian restaurant in Des Moines, India Star.
My favorite cocoa is Cafe Escape's Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa. It doesn't compare to making cocoa at home using Droste's Cocoa, but for a quick cocoa fix when you don't want to stand at the stove warming milk, it's excellent. I can find the Cafe Escapes brands sporadically at Des Moines area groceries for a lot less than it's sold for online. But if you need to get it online, I recommend Bed Bath and Beyond, Amazon, or Office Depot. Shop around to get the best price you can.
Bonus pick: My biggest regret is that I often crave a hot cup in the evening, and coffee (or even cocoa) would keep me awake all night. I can resolve that craving and still get my sleep when I brew up a mug of Green Mountain's Hot Apple Cider.
Second part of the story: If you have a coffee maker that uses the Keurig-cups, how do you store the darn things? If I make an online order, I want to get free shipping, and that usually means making a largish order. I like variety, so in the beginning I usually had 7 open boxes of various flavors, and the storage space required was pretty significant.
I looked around online and found a few people who'd posted how they store their coffee. The method most appealing to me involved a Sterilite plastic drawer system, and I was excited to find the one that had been featured in the blog post at my local Walmart. However, the guy who'd done this using Sterilite's mini 5-drawer system must have had the patience of Job! I could get 9 K-cups in each drawer- barely. I had to wiggle, jiggle, and pull to get the drawers to open and close. There just wasn't enough clearance. Also- most K-cups come 24 to a box. So one flavor would fill up about half of each container.