"... a new study has linked drinking more than two cups of coffee a day to a 66 percent decrease in the likelihood of dying from cirrhosis, particularly in non-viral hepatitis."
Sweet (or, unsweetened).
Most surprising? That regular coffee drinkers significantly cut their risk of dying from cirrhosis and non-viral hepatitis.
A caveat: the article does not specify whether this was all coffee or just hi-test (no decaf), so it's not clear whether it's something in the coffee itself, or the caffeine.