We're all going to die eventually, the overall mortality rate is still at 100%, but there are ways to postpone it. Coffee may be one of those ways.

A large study (nearly 500,000 older adults) found a clear trend after 12 years: as coffee drinking increased, the risk of death decreased.  

Study author Neal Freedman, PhD, MPH, National Cancer Institute, examined the relationship between coffee drinking and behaviors such as smoking and alcohol abuse, the physiological effects of caffeine on blood pressure and cardiac function, and the importance of differentiating between the effects of coffee and caffeine.

Clearly we need randomized controlled trials to identify which components of coffee have benefits and which do not. Sign me up!

Is there a link between coffee drinking and mortality? - Science Codex