What is the origin of the name of the “Java Chip Frappuccino” in Starbucks?

What is the origin of the name of the “Java Chip Frappuccino” in Starbucks?

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  1. In the 17th century, the Dutch colonized the island of Java. They produced coffee and then shipped it around the world. It eventually just became a word to use for coffee. “Java” is actually just a nickname for coffee.
    The “Java Chip Frappuccino” is basically the regular Double Chocolatey Chip Frappuccino but with coffee added.

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  2. Java is a nickname for coffee. In the 17th century, the Dutch colonized the island of Java, which is now part of Indonesia. They planted lots of coffee there and began exporting it to the rest of the world. It was successful enough to have become a generic word for coffee. Starbucks has a Double Chocolatey Chip Frappuccino; a blended drink consisting of milk, ice, chocolate syrup, chocolate chips, and topped with whipped cream and chocolate drizzle. A Java Chip Frappuccino is the same thing, with the addition of coffee.

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  3. I’ve gotten a java chip drink from Starbucks before (can’t remember which one specificially), but here’s what I think.
    Coffee has many names and java is one of them. Also, the java chip drink I had had little tiny chips of chocolate in them, so coffee + chips of chocolate = java chip. QED.

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  4. Coffee is called Java because the island of Java is one of the first places it was grown along with the island of Sumatra (a well-known coffee varietal)
    The programming language got it’s name from the coffee.
    The Java Chip drink from Starbucks has Espresso and chocolate chips, hence Java Chip.

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