When discussing or comparing two things in ASL, we will use contrastive structure which means that we assign the topic to a space (generally the right and the left) and use body shifting while discussing the topics. This basically functions the same way as AND and OR in English.
Notice how Zoée first signs I/ME in neutral space and then shifts to her left and states that she detests coffee then shifts to her right and states that she likes tea. Zoée is right-handed so she shifts to the left first then right. Left-handed people should shift to the right first and then left.
In the first section, she uses the simple statement structure, then in the second section - she uses topicalization by raising her eyebrows while establishing the topic (COFFEE) then adding her comment (DETEST) then raising her eyebrows again for second topic (TEA) and then adding her comment (LIKE).
Notice when she signs LIKE, she slightly frowns/shrugs - fluent signers would read this like "yeah I like tea, it's alright" as opposed to smiling/nodding which would be read more like "yeah I really like tea".