Johann Sebastian Bach wrote a cantata called ‘Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht’ (Be still, stop chattering) around 1732.
At the time coffee addiction was a problem in Austria, and the cantata satirises this through the tale of a woman missing her wedding day because she can’t walk away from her coffee:
Schlendrian: If you don’t give up drinking coffee then you shan’t go to any wedding feast, nor go out walking. Oh! when will I get my way; give up coffee!
Lieschen Oh well! Just leave me my coffee!
Enjoy a more up to date performance here: