In most of the real world, Java is known for being an island, not
a coffee, let alone a programming language.
Java is one of the largest islands in Indonesia. The largest city
in Java is Jakarta, which is also the capital of Indonesia. Some
of the oldest human remains have been found in Java: the "Java man,"
who was a Homo Erectus, lived there 800,000 years
ago. During the first centuries A.D, Indian influence brought
hinduism, then buddhism to Java. During the 9th and
10th centuries, some of the most famous buddhist
monuments in the world were built at Borobudur.
Islam took over Java in the early 16th century. At the same
time, the Dutch arrived in Java, and established trading posts. The
merchants gradually controlled the various muslim kingdoms of the
island, which eventually became dutch. After being occupied by the
Japanese during World War II, Java became a part of independent
Indonesia in 1950.
In France, Java is also the name of a 3-step dance, which used
to be very popular. Nobody knows about the Java coffee there.