German doesn't use progressive tense. German uses present tense for both progressive and indicative actions.
As mizinamo said just above, it can be translated in English as “the woman drinks coffee” (simple present), or “the woman is drinking coffee” (present progressive).
So, in a real-world situation, it depends on the circumstances. Are you saying that the woman sits there and drinks coffee regularly, or are you saying that the woman is drinking coffee right now, in the moment? Either meaning is possible in the right context.