I know that when a Latter-day Saint works at a store or restaurant they may have no choice about selling or serving coffee.
I listen to the Glen Beck radio show. He’s Latter-day Saint. This morning he was selling “Glen Beck coffee cups”. This can’t be right.
My reaction: As long as he wasn’t encouraging people to rest them on their coffee tables in nearby coffee shops while they eat coffee cakes and coffee rings and have a coffee klatch during their coffee hour (or coffee break, if they prefer), i don’t see as how it would be a problem.
I do think that consuming Glen Beck is against the Word of Wisdom, however.
* A right-wing (though not ultra-right-wing) radio talk show type, nationally syndicated in the United States. He’s an adult convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and discusses it occasionally on his radio program.