Commodity coffee will become less common
Just like how the craft beer movement has taken some market share from macrobrews, the same will happen with specialty coffee.
Sustainable farming will become more common
More consumers are starting to realize the dangers of factory farming, and that sense of social responsibility will eventually also apply to coffee farms. Issues like farmer wages and climate change will become more common knowledge, and as more money begins heading to responsible farmers, their neighbors will take notice.
People will be willing to pay more
Consumers in Asia are shelling out $20 a cup for limited lots of ultra high-grade coffee; that trend will eventually trickle down to the US.