Date: March 20, 2019 11:53AM
Emma drank both.
"Sister Emma, in the mean time, asked the old lady if she would have a cup of tea to refresh her after the fatigues of the journey, or a cup of coffee."https://www.fairmormon.org/answers/Word_of_Wisdom/Joseph_Smith_used_tea
When Joe's School of Prophets and other meetings invited drinking and tobacco, Emma was the original "church cleaning" solution and hated cleaning up after these "spiritually" enlightened meetings. So she asked her husband to get him a revelation and he did - she was saved from tobacco but had to support the idea that God hates coffee and tea as well as alcohol.
If LDS Corp accepts coffee and tea as acceptable beverages (both are 200 time 200 percent better than sugar or diet soda) then women win and they might as well be welcomed into the corps' highest quorums of leaders. They might as well just do like Joe hinted.https://www.fairmormon.org/answers/Question:_Did_Joseph_Smith_intend_to_ordain_women_to_the_priesthood%3F
But there is always a male caveat....
If they did ordain women to high callings, they probably would only if they were married. Sorry Sheri. You just won't Dew.
"Some of the sisters have thought that these sisters mentioned were, in this ordination, ordained to the priesthood. And for the information of all interested in this subject I will say, it is not the calling of these sisters to hold the Priesthood, only in connection with their husbands, they being one with their husbands."