Honestly, Hal had no idea what had drawn him to offer the Jedi girl an ear. He was outside of the situation. More to the point he could care less about the Jedi or their ridiculous issues. But Jaina had been willing to talk and she could make a powerful ally. With just the right amount of conversation, being the hero in her time of need. He'd been curious, if he had to admit to something.
He had brought with him the required 'something chocolatey' and he was ready to be the sounding board for the Jedi girl, so powerful and so hurt. He didn't know what had triggered it, bar her brother who seemed always to be the trigger. They were by all accounts a very strange and complicated family, all drama and tragedy. And Jaina in many ways just looked, defeated. Beaten down, not quite broken but he suspected it wouldn't have taken much to finish the job. It was a shame really.
"Its a coffee chocolate liquer. Very popular in some parts of Western Europe." said Hal, all crisp upper class English in tone and oozing confidence. In himself, in this meeting, who knew. Either way. Hal Yorke was in his element and most definitely no longer the gibbering mess around women his counterpart was. "I thought it would appeal and frankly coffee does tend to make most things taste better, does it not?"
Of course there was only one taste that mattered and he'd be lying if a part of him didn't wonder to how the Jedi tasted. But he hadn't been lying when he'd said she had nothing to fear from him. This was information gathering, this was curiousity. A night off from dealing with his ridiculous poltergeist problem, a night off from the consistantly needy Lauren. This was spending an evening in very interesting company.