I'm taking this question to mean: which is sexier, coffee, tea, or whiskey?
Last week, I took a seat in a coffee shop behind a young man who was clicking away on his laptop, one eye on the two young women who sat across the aisle from him. The women chatted until the young man managed to catch their attention.
"I'm a writer," he said, without being asked.
"What are you writing?" one of the women asked, stirring sugar into her latte.
"A screenplay. It's almost done, and then I'm going to send it to Will Smith."
"Do you know Will Smith?" the other woman asked.
"No, I don't know him exactly," the man admitted, "but he'd be perfect for the part."
"How did you decide to be a writer, anyway?" asked the first woman.
The young man sat up straighter and stared out the window, a reflective posture. "You don't choose to be a writer; it chooses you."
Words of wisdom? Maybe. But as a pick-up line it didn't work. The women rolled their eyes and went back to their coffees. I was proud of them.
Could the same conversation have taken place in a bar with whiskey as the drink of choice? I don't know, but I can't picture a laptop on a bar.
As for tea, only Simon Baker can make drinking tea look sexy.