Coffee Class Contest: Name That Recipe

What’s that stuff in the video?

It’s our new recipe for “chocolate” that’s made with coffee beans instead of cacao beans. It’s chocolate, without the chocolate. It looks like chocolate, it acts like chocolate, but it ain’t chocolate. At least, not technically.

Pure chocolate is made by combining ground cacao beans, cocoa butter, and liquid soy lecithin to form a smooth, creamy liquid. That liquid is then made into your favorite sweet treats—cast into individual chocolates; drizzled over granola bars; combined with milk powder to make milk chocolate—you get the idea. With this recipe, we simply replace the cacao beans with roasted coffee beans, and then follow the exact same procedure. The result is a robustly flavored, velvety coffee paste that behaves just like chocolate. What to do with it, you ask? Pretty much anything you’d do with regular chocolate.

With this luscious new recipe—part of our coming-soon Coffee class—we managed to use one of our favorite things (coffee) to pay homage to one of our other favorite things (chocolate), with delicious results. But giving it a good name proved trickier.

So it’s up to you, clever ChefSteps community. What should we call this caffeine-packed confection?

How do I suggest a name?

Submit your proposed recipe name by midnight on Wednesday, Feb 4 by including it in the comments below. Share as many monikers as you like, but be sure to include your email address when you submit, because the winner (chosen by the ChefSteps staff) gets the new Coffee class FOR FREE.

What do I win?

Yours for the taking: awesome advice from two of the world’s foremost coffee nerds—delivered via fun, fascinating videos along with step-by-step tips and techniques—along with four recipes, including the unnamed delicacy above. Learn to make the most of French Press, Chemex, and Aeropress brewers, dive into easy-to-understand coffee science, and connect with other java lovers along the way. This class is comprehensive, interactive, and totally results-based—you’ll have a great time learning to up your coffee game, and wind up with perfect home brew.

The winner will be announced—and thoroughly celebrated—within the class, scheduled for release in early February.

So get those creative juices percolating, coffee lovers. We can’t wait to see you win the name game.

1,076 thoughts on “Coffee Class Contest: Name That Recipe

  1. coffolate or cafelate

  2. Coffeolate

  3. Cocolaté!
    Coffelate?

  4. coffe-shock !

    Drzewo11@interia.pl

    regards, Poul 😉

  5. Crème de café
    Crème caffeine
    Craffeine
    Coffee taffy
    Black taffy
    Beanoise
    Puget nougat (since it was created in Seattle!)
    P.P. nougat (Pikes Place)
    Coffee butter
    Buerre café
    Brewalaise

  6. Choc au Fee

  7. Chocolatté or espressolate…. Love this concept amazing innovation..

  8. -Colee
    -cocate
    -Chofee
    -Cofalate

  9. Looks like “Coffeenache” to me.

    Great job Guys!

  10. Chocolo-tatte.

  11. Chocoloffe? 🙂

  12. Chocolafe.

  13. Does it have milk in it?

    Choclatte

  14. Kava cokolada

    It’s Croatian for coffee chocolate. Sounds delicious.

  15. For a coffee and chocolate lover like me, this is: Nirvana. Cofflate, or cofflatte for a milky would probably be good commercial names, though.

  16. Choclatte?

  17. Roasted Espresso Ganache or
    Roasted Coffee Ganache

    <3

  18. I think it was called Quishir. The Ethiopians ground the ripe coffee cherries whole in a mortar and then combined the resulting paste with animal fat, sugar and spices. It was then rolled into a ball and stored in leather bags and ate as snacks.

  19. chocolé (sha-ko-lay)

  20. Melted Brew.

  21. Cafelate.

  22. Michael Rudolph

    Cothella.
    (Plz no mike Tyson recerences…)

  23. I’d call it Delicious.. or Caffenache 😉

  24. A bit of eye opening goodness

  25. coffeeholic 101

  26. Coffolate, mochalate, choffee

  27. Chocafine
    Morning Sweet
    Chocorico (you know a mix of choco and roster)

  28. How about “Cocao” [coffee cacao] or “Nocao” [no cacao] ?

  29. Chocojava
    Javalate

  30. Café parfait

  31. Chocolat au cafe! Simple but pretty

  32. Coffolate!

  33. ‘Mock’olate or Coffee ‘Mock’olate.

  34. Fauxcolate

  35. café parfait
    espresso parfait

  36. Percolate or Percolatte 🙂

  37. Choconoir!

    its intense and delicious flavor right?

  38. Silken coffee
    Coffee silk
    Silken espresso
    Espresso silk

  39. ChocolatCo ChocolatCoff chocoCoBe CoCoCo

  40. X%-coffee (in place of usual 70%-cacao etc where you stick the appropriate number in)
    Choffee
    Coffolate
    Cocholate
    Dechoccenated Ganache
    Black chocolate
    Black gold
    Mocha

  41. Espresso butter
    Coffee butter

  42. Chocoa

  43. chocojava
    choco faux
    chocolape (chocolate + ape, since it mimics the characteristics of chocolate)

  44. Cofflet (optionally and in Portland/West LA pronounced coflé)

  45. Coffeetella

    Buttercoffee

    Buttercuf

    Brainspread

    Coffspread

    Beantella

    Braintella

  46. Caffelate. (pronounced “kah-fay-lah”)

  47. Faux-cho

  48. TruMocca

  49. Javalate
    Cafelate

  50. Cafenade (“kah-feh-NAHD”)

  51. Kaffa after the Kaffa Province in Ethiopia where the species may have originated.

  52. COCOA
    CAFFEINE

    then , if you mix it you get

    “COCO-INE” or “COCOA-INE”

    anyway it looks delicious !!!

  53. Cocoafee

  54. Put “Jav” in place of where you would put chocolate. Examples: Pate au java, Jav-o-late, Javee.

  55. Arabilac (arabica + lac from latin!?)
    Fabate (faba = cofee berry in latin)

  56. Koflate…….

  57. Café-tella
    Coffee butter
    Black magic
    Ganoffee (coffee ganache)
    Cafelate
    Coffelate

  58. Chauxcolate
    Fauxcolate

  59. Mochlate.

  60. Sinfully coffee

  61. Choco À La Café
    Chocolat à Surpris
    Choca-Loca
    Haricots- à – la – mode
    Pandora’s Coffee
    Oliver Twist

  62. Catherine Nguyen

    Koffie ~ The Dutch word for coffee
    Mocha ~ The perfect blend of coffee and chocolate

  63. Caocoffee
    Caoffee
    Coffolate
    Arabicate
    Robustar
    Robustate
    Robuslate
    Excelate
    Suprelate
    Arabica
    Cherrilate
    Coffeate
    Arabicao

  64. Chris Dusauchoit

    I’m Belgian so I thought of René Magritte. He has a famous painting of a pipe, he painted underneath it : this is not a pipe. Since it was not a pipe, but an image of it. So let’s call this one : “Ceci n’est pas un chocolat”.
    I know it’s too long and too Belgian.

  65. Cofflit
    When british people say chocolate sounding like “Chocklit” only this time, it’s made out of coffee.

  66. If you mix

    COCOA and CAFFEINE

    then you get:

    “COCO-INE” or “COCOA-INE”

    Anyway it looks delicious !!!

  67. Coffate
    Chaffeine

  68. Mochlate (as in mock chocolate and mocha)

  69. Jonathan Phillips

    Kofflate

  70. Seattle’s Hershey’s
    Shockolate (pronounced shock-o-latte or shock-o-laht)

  71. Katherine Hansen

    Mochamelt

  72. Javalate
    Choctaw

  73. The name should be Chocofee

  74. Cremalate, Espressao, Chomoka

  75. Expresolate!

    Expressolate!

    Espresolate!

    Espressolate!

    Black Heaven

    Chocofee

  76. late’mousse

  77. Javalatl? Javalate?

    Arabicacao?

    Portmanteau everything please

  78. I will name it coffeic

  79. Breakfast chocolate.

  80. Java-Cocoa

  81. ChocoFree
    CocoaNo
    CocoaNot
    Ican’tbelieveit’snotchocolate

  82. Chaoua

    The first reference to coffee in the English language is in the form chaona, dated to 1598 and understood to be a misprint of chaoua (equivalent, in the orthography of the time, to chaova).

  83. ChocoFree
    CocoaNo
    CocoaNot
    Icantbelieveitsnotchocolate

  84. Mochlate (pronounced “MOCK-let” and the spelling plays on “mocha” and “chocolate”)

  85. Cream de Coffee
    Smooth coffee

  86. André Madeira Cortes

    Mokalate (from the coffee variety Moka and sounds like mock which would give the “fake” meaning)

  87. Mochatè.
    Java Patè
    Paste Moccha

  88. Not-o-late
    The Bean-to Bar

  89. Brenda Kartheiser

    Chava
    Javanache
    Mud bar
    Black ice

  90. Pâte de café

  91. Coffeelate

  92. Moccate
    Coffete
    Tintorette

  93. Cafe’ Chocolate’

  94. Java mousse
    Arabica Foundat
    Kafka
    moussepresso
    Kafa au chocolatte

  95. ChocNot
    ChocoNot

  96. Cafe Dependable
    Cafe Reliable

  97. Cafelate
    Chocolatte
    cocoalatte
    caff olate
    Cafeolatte

    • 500 AD The Ethiopian shepherd ¨Kaldi¨ discovered the energetic properties of the coffee fruit. Try roasting them and grind them .

  98. I had a hard time naming it when I came up with the same idea several years ago. I ended up calling the substance coffee bean couverture and the resulting pralines “lattes”

  99. Lynnda Chambers

    Choconot
    Chocoffee

  100. Cofferture

  101. Javalate
    😉 Mockalate

  102. I’m a fan of technical names myself (the portmanteaus all seem a bit cheap(?) to me):
    * tempered coffee
    * tempering coffee
    * cocoa-tempered coffee
    (and possibly foreign-language versions of those, like café tempéré)

    That kind of a name helps capture how it can be used, and to a degree what ingredient imbues that quality.

    Some more random ones:
    * coffee butter (or, to get stupid fancy, beurre au café)
    * chocolatier’s coffee
    * chocolat au café

  103. Jacholate (jah-co-lat)

  104. Mocha cotta.

    “Cooked” coffee, with established connotations of chocolateness.

  105. Choffee

  106. Unchocolate!

  107. Mathilde St-Denis

    Faux-colate
    Cacaoffee
    Crémeux au café
    Délice cafféiné

  108. café moulable, because its like chocolate can take any form

  109. Hey there the name that comes to mind for me
    is Robustlate. A hybrid of the robusta bean name and chocolate

  110. Nuevococoa
    Cocoax
    Canache

  111. Black Chocolate
    The opposite of White Chocolate but still similar considering neither contain cocoa beans and at the same time goes well with the coffee theme, i.e. Black Coffee.

  112. Jonathan Phillips

    Mocclate (from Mocha)

  113. Crema de Café
    Ultra-ristretto
    Café Solido
    Ristretto Supremo
    Ristretto Sólido
    Solid Pleasure
    Café Puro
    Coffee Shock
    Café Locura (Coffee Madness)

  114. Espressolate
    Ganache au café
    cafélate

  115. James McCulloch

    Choco-Joe

  116. chocolate sin chocolate Sabor

  117. Kavajava

  118. Mocholate (pronounced mock-olate)

  119. Chocolate Surprise

  120. Conche Coffee or Confee.

  121. Jonathan Phillips

    Kofflate
    Mocclate (from Mocha)

  122. Piker’s Mystery

  123. Conch-fee-late
    Conched-fee
    Mock-a-choc
    Mock-a-cholic
    Mockocholic
    Mockocholate
    Mockolate
    Mock-o-cholic
    Mock-chocolate
    Mock-choc
    Coffate
    Chocoffate

    Really interested in the idea and how it will taste like after making it into a choco-like (or the new name) bar!

  124. Faux Mocha’Joe!

    Faux for clear reasons, mocha referring to a hybrid between chocolate and coffee, and joe to put emphasis on coffee! Also fun to say since it rolls off the tongue 🙂

    Faux Mocha’Joe!

  125. Quahalate,from the Arabic word for coffe, Quaha

  126. Joe Anandamide

  127. Coffee bean and butter
    Bean and butter
    Coffee bar
    Espresso bar
    Espresslate
    Wired butter

  128. Hmm, this would be awesome for some of my friends who can’t take chocolates due to migraines, etc.

    I name thee, Chocolates For The Rest Of Us!

  129. Ana Lucila Moreira

    I’d name it Black pearl. It’s a real pearl of gastronomic science, made from coffee. What a great idea!

  130. Oscar Gutierrez

    Coffexo.. coffechoc

  131. cafe o choco

  132. Mochaffe
    Ambrosia
    Chocoffee
    Mocholate

  133. Choffee
    Cofflate
    Cho-cof-aux (chocolate+coffee+faux)
    Arabicao – (arabica+cacao)
    coffao (coffee+cacao)
    Nes-colate (Nescafe+chocolate)

  134. 1. TheoBREWma (reference to Theobroma, the genus of chocolate and literally meaning “food of the gods”)
    2. “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Chocolate” Chocolate
    3. Black Crack
    4. Coffee Paste No. ________ (where the blank is the number of times it took for you all to perfect the recipe)

  135. Mereana Sheehan

    Coco-feine
    The luxury of cocoa with a caffeine punch.

  136. Browncoolate / Browncolate

  137. Coffee Lava, cococaf, cafe-later, cacao ya later, coffeelated

  138. Tiramisu di cacao

  139. Combine ‘mocha’ and ‘cocoa’ to get:
    Cochoa [koh-koh]
    Mochocoa [moh-koh-koh]

    Change the pronunciation of “percolate” to rhyme with “chocolate”:
    Percolate [purk-kuh-lit]
    Or modify it to
    Perkolate [purk-kuh-lit]
    to avoid confusion with the verb “percolate”, and highlight the caffeine!

  140. Sweet Café-Coco-Heaven

  141. JAVALAVA

    COFFEE LAVA

  142. Pike’s Coffee Ganache

  143. Java butter
    Choca Joe
    Java Joe

  144. Java 70

    Faba Scelerisque

  145. Café au chocolat
    Bulletproof chocolate

  146. Power Choco
    Chocopow
    Chocoenergy
    caffeine is a common ingredient of power drinks or energy drinks, that is why i correlate it with power

  147. Brazil is the world’s largest coffe producer, you could give them this honor to be represented with the name:

    “Chocolate de café”

    Like coffe chocolate, doubt it, Google it lol

    Hugs from Brazil

  148. Chefsteps coffeine
    Chocoless ganache
    Coffee pate.

  149. Morning Chocolate
    Black Magic

  150. fauxlate java paste

    • Fauxlate is pretty cool.
      Mocholate also.

      I think I would call it Rocket Fuel, Energy Treacle or something similarly not funny.

  151. Chomoclate
    Bi-Beans
    Bean to Bean
    Arabicoco

  152. java lava
    coffee smash
    caffea percello
    coffee-o-leum

  153. Chocoffee

  154. 1.) C8H10N402 – The molecular term for caffeine
    2.) Gods Gift
    3.) Café loco
    4.) Café bonbons
    5.) caffè al cioccolato – Italian for coffe chocolate

  155. chocofee
    cafe-au-late

  156. Kahve – means coffee in Turkish 🙂

  157. Tomoko Ferguson

    JavaLava!

    Can’t wait to try this concoction! Sounds delicious.

  158. The Choffer!

    Double “F” for the coffee as it drives the chocolate! Wish I could fit 2 E’s….

  159. Chocolate – coffee early = coffearly
    Or eacoffee

  160. Black Velvet

  161. Faux-colate
    Choffee
    Etalocohc
    Chaffeine
    Caffolate
    Laxalate
    Bar o’ joe
    Chava
    Javalate

  162. Iggy Azalea – trying too hard to be black (chocolate)

  163. Espresso butter
    Coffee crema
    Crema butter
    Cremalade
    I can’t believe it’s not chocolate!

  164. Java-licious
    java-jandy
    javandy

  165. Kaldilate

    playing off of Kaldi and typical nomenclature for chocolate substitutes. (chocolate made from cupuaçu is known as cupulate)

  166. Cocachino

    Javacolate

  167. Raven Bark

  168. Kaffelate (Kah-fey-late)
    Kavalate

  169. Hard coffee, solid coffee

  170. Wonka Putty
    Buzz Goo
    Buzz Putty

  171. Catalin Murariu

    Morning desire
    espresso punch
    a solid mug

  172. choc-less sauce

  173. Caffeinated Choco
    Ultra Dark Chocolate
    No Cocoa Necessary, only Coffee
    100% Dark Coffee
    0% Dark Chocolate

  174. * black as chocolate
    * caffelate bar
    * muddy puree
    * americano bar

  175. How about “Javalate” or “Javalat”?

  176. Cora Harris-Barber

    Abuzz

  177. Devil’s Kindling
    Jumping Devil

  178. Guilt-free chocolate
    or
    Black chocolate half-brother
    or
    Chocolate-Free

  179. Darkness chocolat

  180. Coffeelate

  181. Café chocolat

  182. Hi Chefsteps ! The Coffee Candy you are making looks identical to an Indonesian Sweet called Kopiko ! Its amazing its basically just Coffee candy and everyone loves it 🙂 enjoy ! YOU SHOULD CALLED IT KOPIKO

  183. Coffeabroma

  184. Death by Coffee
    GooJava
    JavaLava
    Heart race Paste

  185. Chocojoe
    Chocojava
    Chocolatte

  186. Chocojoe
    Chocojava
    Chocolatte
    Cocojoe

  187. Javalate

    Javako

    Joe-late

  188. Jolt’o’late

  189. Choco-fe

  190. Soylent Brown

  191. Mud. Replace the word ‘chocolate’ in any of the 4 recipes with ‘mud’. Mud is a nickname for coffee. It’s hip, trendy, and ‘not chocolate’. So if your dish was Choco Parfait, it’s now Mud Parfait.

  192. Joe-co-la-te
    Joe-co-late
    Java-la-te
    Java-late
    ja-vo-la-te
    ja-vo-tale
    coco-joe
    coco-java
    java-coco
    coca-java
    black-chocolate

  193. Kimberly Bradish

    Chocoffee. Kvilleneuve2000@yahoo.com
    Kimberly Bradish

  194. Kimberly Bradish

    Hot Choffee.
    kvilleneuve2000@yahoo.com
    Kimberly Bradish

  195. coffeatl

  196. Alexander Patouchas

    Divine Sin

  197. Kimberly Bradish

    Chocolato Delissioso
    kvilleneuve2000@yahoo.com
    Kimberly Bradish

  198. Café Chocolaté
    This would probably be shortened to Chocolaté when people order it, as Latte is shortened from Café latté.

  199. Coffolate
    Cofflate

  200. KOFFIECHOC
    KOFFIELAIT
    MILK KOFFIE

  201. Molten Arabica

  202. The new caffeine fix

    chocolata-non-grata

    cocoa paradox

  203. Coffelate or cocoleine

  204. Dark Roast
    (dark chocolate roasted coffee)

  205. Michael Dietzel

    JoeButter

  206. Coffaté (or Coffee Paté)

  207. Cacafé
    Cacaofé
    Javacao
    Chocao
    Chocafé
    Chava
    Arabicao
    Arabicacao
    Chocfull (of nuts is that heavenly coffee…)
    Coffee Bar (once formed)

  208. Chocolate’s Paradox
    Chocolate Mirage
    Chocafé
    Black beauty
    Tell Tale Coffee

  209. Coffiar (coffee caviar)
    Caffiar

  210. Coffealate (Coffea coffee plant)

  211. Ka-pow

    (sorry)

  212. Slap yo mama coffee

  213. Wonka Choka!

  214. Cofflate, Ermine, Brown stuff, Magulent, Mystique, claffe,

  215. Please call it “Coffee ganache”. Thank you. 🙂

  216. Chock O’late
    Chock your mind in many ways

  217. Chocofee
    Coffolatte
    Mochaffe
    Mocafe
    Cocafe

  218. Coconono

  219. C2 – (Chocolate Coffee)

  220. Valdez’s Candy

  221. Buzzysweet chocolate

  222. Mockolate

  223. The Valdez that melts in your mouth

  224. chofé

  225. Faux coceaux

  226. nathan.farkas@gmail.com

    Coffelade (marmalade)
    or Mochalade

    Nocao spread

    Theobroma/theomoca

  227. chocoffolate
    pronounced choc-coff-o-lit

  228. Luiz Quintanilha

    – Chofee
    – Choffee
    – Colatee
    – Cafelat
    – Sucrem

  229. Cafe Noire

  230. Francois Thibault

    My proposition is…. Illusion chocolatée

  231. Coffella or Caffèlla – Let’s be real, chocolate hazelnut spreads are culinary crack, until that is you release this course! I predict your coffee spread will be all the rage.

    Espresspread – Because why not cram the words “espresso” + “spread” into one word? Doozie to pronounce though.

    Crema Caffè – Otherwise known as “cream coffee”.

    Turkish Pâté – Turkish coffee is very finely ground, which I imagine is part of this process.

    Inserimento del Caffè – In other words that aren’t Italian, “coffee paste”.

    Diffusione del Caffè or Caffè Diffusion or Coffee Diffusion – Italian/English for “coffee spread”.

  232. Clase Café Cocoa Loco

  233. Mochacolate

  234. Cocoeine (cocoa + coffee +
    caffeine )
    Or
    Cobromine (coffee +
    theobromine)

  235. 1. xoc-kavhe
    it comes from the nahuatl ‘xococ’ which means bitter, and turkish ‘kahve’ which is where the word coffee originates from
    2. Pate kahve

    luisa.gbay95@gmail.com

  236. Velcoff….a mash of velvet and coffee

  237. Katherine Goldman

    it-spreads-so

  238. Cocoeine (cocoa + coffee +
    caffeine )
    Or
    Cobromine (coffee +
    theobromine)

  239. figures coffelate has been suggested already. numerous times… sounds like a winner. do we all win if you pick it?

  240. Café puro
    Haricot
    Café pur
    mystère
    Caféccino
    Beso de dios
    vie marron
    vida marrón
    réveillé
    vivant
    Vidadecafé
    chaleur
    oiseau d’amour
    amorío
    amoureuse
    Cafenamorado

  241. Xocoatl buna

    “Buna” means coffee in Amharic in homage to Ethiopia where coffee was discovered.
    “Xocoatl” was the name of an Aztec beverage made of coffee in relation with the goddess Xochiquetzal).

    Since this new coffee nectar is suppose to be divine, I would assume that using the name of its goddess makes sense.

  242. Kopiko – it means coffee candy

  243. Since it’s an emulsion of coffee and cocoa butter:
    – Buttercoffee
    – Cafetela or Coffeetela (like a Nutela Coffee)
    – Crèmme du Café
    – Crèmme Espresso

  244. Caffein.ate

  245. Mock Chocolate
    Chocolate’s Brainchild
    Chocolate Inspired Coffee Butter
    Chocolate Inspired Coffee Illusion
    Chocolate Illusion
    Javalate
    Chocojava

    And like 345345 other people, mochlate

  246. Cocofee
    Creamy coffee
    Saucy coffee
    Coffeecream
    Coffeedelish
    Coffeemelt

  247. Espressolate

  248. Chocoff
    Or
    Shokoff

    Showcoff
    Or
    Showkoff

    Coffate
    Cofflate
    Cofflac
    Cofflacta

  249. You could go for a name based on the plant like “Coffea-late”, “Choco-l’arabica”, “Robustalate”. Or you could go for some word play in languages where coffee is popular like “Caffolato” or “Cioccolaffe” (Italian), “Chocafe” or “Cafelat” (French). Or you could just do some mixing with popular coffee based drinks.. “Chocolaccino”, “Cioccolato macchiato (stained chocolate)”, or “Chocolatte” (kind of an obvious one). Or probably not anything you would go for but in Irish: Seacláife (shock-o-lee-fuh).

  250. Robustabutter
    Luscious Coffee

  251. Lava Java
    Brew Butter
    Brewlate
    Brew Lava
    Cafeeiro
    Caffeine #2
    Creamfeine
    Mokella
    Javella

  252. Que les parece…
    Theocafé
    Cocó-cocó
    Cocoafecoca
    chococof

    Chócale!

  253. Coco-joe or joe-coco

  254. Choffee
    Cocoaffe
    Mochalate

  255. Coffealate

    Cof·fea·late noun \ˈkȯfē(ə)lət \

    a food in the form of a velvety paste or solid block made from roasted and ground Coffea beans, typically robustly flavored, sweetened and eaten as confectionery. “a bar of coffealate”

    ▪ a sweet made of or covered with coffealate. plural noun: coffealates
 “life is like a box of coffealates, you savor each moment then die”

    ▪ hot coffealate. “I drink coffealate because it is the only thing worth putting in my mouth”


  256. Charles Brooker

    Fauxcoco

  257. CocoCaffienated

  258. – chocoffe
    – ffecolate

  259. How about a term that pays homage to what many believe to be the most recent root that the word “coffee” was derived from, along with the malleable form of chocolate in that language? My suggestion is “kahve likörü”; Turkish for coffee liquor.

  260. Javachoc
    Chocojav

  261. I’d call it Nervana

  262. Coffee is coffee. It can’t be renamed. Let’s tell it like it is:

    Coffee Fondant.

    It can be melted, softened, congealed and hardened.

  263. Espressolate coffeate cofeolate cafeneo cafeneolaye Chofresso choespressolate esprescholate

  264. Chocolate Co(n)ffeession

  265. 1. Cafémuse
    2. Café-Chocó
    And last one, promise guys!
    3. Caffè-bãrã

  266. “Not Chocolate”

  267. Holy Coffee Beans!
    Oh my, Coffee!
    Not Your Average Coffee
    Coffee Therapy
    Philosofee.
    Not To Be Confused.
    buzz crunch
    Bar a Cafe
    Made with Coffee (and Love! But mostly coffee.)
    Fabalatte

  268. Hi ChefSteps! This looks really cool and I really would like to learn how to make this. These are some names I came up with:
    Coffetella (like nutella)
    Liquid crack- because that is what it would be for me…..
    Satin Coffee
    Crême arabica
    Crême robusta
    -the two prior depend on what bean you used.
    Can’t wait to hear the official name!

  269. Christian Moreno

    Cafao
    Cofao
    Cacaofee
    Crystallized Coffee
    Chuaofee
    Chuaofé – after the best chocolate growing village in the world
    Blocolate- Black Chocolate
    Chocoffee
    Pâte a Café
    Coffee Couverture
    Coufferture
    Couvéro (espresso/couverture)
    Cofferture

    Either way, pretty cool idea, guys.

  270. Chocofeela sounds good

  271. Boncha
    Bonshoo
    Bonalatta

    “Bon ” in Arabic means coffee
    And we say “shocola” or “shocolata” for chocolate
    ” shoo” means what!!

  272. Jeff Stonebraker

    You can call it KA-POW like Sahagún Chocolates did when they made this 4 years ago.

  273. K Spread
    K-flex
    K-C

  274. Magic coffee

  275. Faux Cho

    Faux-cho-latte

  276. Kawa
    French slang for coffee

  277. Swarup Chatterjee

    As coffee is a strong potion which stimulate the energy, and also used to wake you up fully after a good night sleep by rejuvinating the nerves, we cane name the chocolate as:
    “WAKYCHOCIE”

  278. what about chocoffeelate

  279. crema di kaffa – To give credit to the origins of coffee (Ethopian root of coffee) just like how chocolate is called now because of its aztec root of (xocolātl).
    Kaffa-sti – Coffee – pasti

  280. Cocofee
    Casolato
    Cadolce
    Cocaffe
    Rotazza
    Javalte
    Robuscao

  281. CocoMojo!

  282. Goodbye-sleep-olate

  283. Looks like several people went down the same path but I’m going to post my thoughts: Kahvelot (from the original Turkish Kahve for Coffee). Néctar de Café (Coffee Nectar). Café Dulce. Dulce de Café . Cafemélo.

  284. Chococoffea
    Because coffea is a genus of flowering plants whose seeds, called coffee beans, and choco come from the nahuatl word to call the bitter taste of something (in this case coffe)
    -Chocoffealate
    -Coffealate
    “Amarus” word for bitter if you prefer latin
    -Coffeamarus
    -Amaruscoffea
    -Amercoffea
    -Coffeamer

  285. Pâte de café

  286. Fauxcha Mocha

  287. Roaster’s reserve no._______
    Or
    Dark Matter

  288. Kaffalate

  289. antonio del rincon

    Koffielatl – the Dutch word Koffie is the earliest known word coffee. Cacao is originally from Mexico and named xocolatl by the Aztecs. Europeans added milk to transform chocolate into what we know it today. “Chocolate” made of coffee beans can only be named “koffielatl”.

  290. Solid Espresso

    Or

    I’m in love with the Co-co

  291. Cocoaffee
    Coaffee
    Xoffee
    Cocoa-ffee
    Co(a)ffee
    Co@ffee

  292. Café chocalato
    Café mocha
    Chocalato di café
    Café dolce

  293. copper Café

  294. Xocoffeatl.

    Its Coffe plus xocoatl (original náhuatl name for chocolate)

  295. It’s been said but this is my opinion, mochalate.

    “Other accounts attribute the discovery of coffee to Sheikh Omar. According to the ancient chronicle (preserved in the Abd-Al-Kadir manuscript), Omar, who was known for his ability to cure the sick through prayer, was once exiled from Mocha, Yemen to a desert cave near Ousab. Starving, Omar chewed berries from nearby shrubbery, but found them to be bitter. He tried roasting the seeds to improve the flavor, but they became hard. He then tried boiling them to soften the seed, which resulted in a fragrant brown liquid. Upon drinking the liquid Omar was revitalized and sustained for days.”

    Congrats on the achievement!!!
    Cheers!

  296. Chocolateine

    (Chocolate with caffeine)

  297. Ebano arabica

  298. “Café Gras”
    or depending on your spelling preference
    “Café Graisse”

    It’s a take on “foie gras” which, as you know, is French for “fat liver”.

    This is “fat coffee” no?

  299. I suggest one of two(chocoffee )or(Coffelate)

  300. Mokalatte!!

  301. Arabica Surprise
    Arabica Heaven

  302. Emerald crema (after presumably it’s founding city Seattle)

    Crilly Chocolate (after presumably it’s inventor Grant Crilly)

    Space Chocolate (after presumably it’s founding city Seattle land mark space needle also everything with space at the front sounds cool)

    Black Chockie (black as in the colour of the mix and short for “long black” and the Australian slang for chocolate)

    Jamocao (jamoke + cacao)

    Espresso Chocolate (yep boring and obvious)

  303. Astro Arabica

  304. Cacao-gold
    Melted gold
    Peaberry Bliss (though it might not be true peaberries)
    belted bean
    kahveh bliss

  305. Concentrated Evil

  306. Coffechocoff

  307. Alexandre Calventus

    I’d suggest some names:

    black pit
    chocoffee explosion
    chok&ffee
    black honey

    dense chocolate
    coffee’s immersion
    crunchy coffee
    a chocolate’s path

    digging in coffee
    unmelted chocolate
    blonde’sffee
    chocolate pursuit

    chocolate?
    hard coffee
    half biscuit half dream
    flavorful lava

    el cafè somiat (catalan)
    crystal chocolate
    in&coffeeout
    toasted fluid bean

    un cafè diferent (catalan)
    personalitat d’un cafe (catalan)
    cruixent de xocolata? (catalan)
    riu negre (catalan)

    chocolate, isn’t it?
    envelope coffee
    1/2 passion
    moldable chocolate

    fake fondant
    chocolate 4 licking
    double choffee
    chocolate edge

    coffee’s quicksand
    chocolate shield
    coffeed
    unchocolate

    fluid drink
    solid beverage
    coffee’s side
    spilled chocolate

    loading coffee
    portable candffey
    cookie-noir
    different chocolate

    coffee tonic
    coffee’s atmosfera
    cofchockie
    coffee mirror

    coffee’s mud
    Half-coffee-cylinder
    coffee stuck
    chocolate paint

    Coff-me-lade
    chocolate’s bill
    coffee marmalade
    extended coffee

    magma coffee
    coffee bullet bill
    golden bright coffee
    chocolate’s soul

  308. Joe-tella
    It-aint-chocolate
    Coffee Roast Butter
    Coffee Spread
    E[spread]so .. read “Espreadso”

  309. Chokawa, of course…

  310. Sally-Anne johnson

    Ganoffee
    Mochchoc elixir
    Mochachoc
    Mocholate (silent h)
    Cochoffee ( with or without the H)
    Chokfee
    Coffeelate
    Sally_annejohnson@hotmail.com

  311. Coffechocoffee
    Coffechocoffbean

  312. Coffeechocoff
    Coffeechocoffee
    Coffeechocoffbean

  313. Chocolatté

  314. Chocolaint

    Chocheen

    Midnight Awake

    Beantease

  315. Cacoalicious
    Velvet Rush
    Bean Cacooaking
    The bean and the butter
    CC (cocoa and coffee)
    Breaking Dawn
    C7H8N4O2 – C8H10N4O2 (Cacoa – Caffine) structural formula

  316. Café chocolateka

  317. Great posts everyone! If one were to research caffeine’s long history, one would find information going back to the fourth century of coffee klatch drinkers. However, cacao as a chocolate drink can be traced back to the Mayan period, some 2,000 years ago. Hence, I have chosen the name, Dhikr which means to me, oneness. If one ate or drank this combination, would you not experience enlightenment? Cheers all

  318. Hmmmm… Either Carpe cacao, cacao diem, or coffee/café noctum.

  319. cafeopolis
    arabica-fabulous
    chocopolis
    coffella
    brewzella

  320. betún dulce de café

  321. Tori とり, Japanese for ‘tar’.

  322. Arabica Butter

  323. Buzz butter
    Buzz bites
    Caféxtasy

  324. Coffee Butter
    It’s Not Chocolate. It’s Like Chocolate, But Made With Coffee Beans.
    Mocklate (MOCK-leht)
    Faux-cha (FOH-kuh)

  325. Chococaffeen

  326. Non chocoholic

  327. kaffetl

    kaffatl

    caffétl

    xaffélatl

    caffelatl

    kaffelatl

    just playin a bit with the etymology of both words

  328. 305.90 caffeine intoxication

  329. I would call it wanna be cocoa

  330. Colate
    colata

  331. Choffeina

  332. DAMIEN HALLOWS

    Chococcino

  333. Julian gonzalez

    Kaffelatum
    Chocokafe
    CTIC-coffee that is chocolate
    Koffeelicious

  334. “Pike Place Pitch” or simply “Pitched Coffee” as in the following definition: n.
    1. Any of various thick, dark, sticky substances obtained from the distillation residue of coal tar, wood tar, or petroleum and used for waterproofing, roofing, caulking, and paving.
    2. Any of various natural bitumens, such as mineral pitch or asphalt.
    3. A resin derived from the sap of various coniferous trees, as the pines.
    tr.v. pitched, pitch·ing, pitch·es
    To smear or cover with pitch.

  335. Katharine Samuelson

    My choices would be “Roasted Ebony”, “Magic Chocolate”.
    Will await your favorite pick.

  336. coffeture – say it while holding your nose, try to keep a straight face, and laugh some.

  337. Faux Chocola’t

  338. Bistesh (prn: Bee-stesh).

  339. Imaginer chocolat
    Imagine chocolate

  340. Javolate (or javalate)

  341. Khaled Khunaifer

    1. cafétte
    2. cafatté
    3. coffé-o-lat
    4. Pâte de café

  342. Coffee Bark
    Cafe Solide
    Bouchée de café (Bite of Coffee in French)
    Café de luxe (Luxurious coffee)

  343. Mochalot
    Mocalate
    Moklate
    Mochalate

  344. coffeetella
    or
    coffeatella

    coffee + nutella <3

  345. Couple of my suggestion:

    * Jocoa [Joh-Koh]
    * Cofoa [Kof-oh]
    * Roffee [Rof-ee]
    * Focolate [fuh-kuh-lit]
    * Roscoa [Rus-Koh]
    * Moklate [Muk-leit]

  346. Latte caffè = cappuccino = “caffèccino”

    caffè = Santos Latte = white = Angel = ” S. Angel”

    “Caffe-latte”

    The “black milk”

    “Cappuccino-ganche”

    by by

  347. Coffee distillate
    or
    Sweetened Coffee distillate .. Sweet Coffee distillate

    Doesn’t really roll off the tongue though.

  348. Chocolate deception

  349. Arabocao
    Mousse au Arabocao
    Arabocao Bonbons or Pralinés au Arabocao

  350. choco-not!!!

  351. It’s a coffeeshock!

  352. chocolate of life (The way that distilled spirits e.g. whisky, were originally called “water of life”. This one comes with caffeine and brings you back to life.)

  353. Javalat
    Pacific chocolatl
    coffatl
    Caffe Auburn

  354. Coffianduja
    Cafeanduja
    Mocha nduja
    Cafebroma
    Joe-cocoa
    Cocoa-joe

  355. chock full of latè

  356. “mocklate”
    “fucking awesome”
    “joe-nache”

  357. El chocolate de cafe
    Chocolate de cafe

  358. “Coffection”

    from Coffee and Confection

  359. Simple:
    Kavanache – For Starters, just a warmup

    Javanache – That rolls off the tongue perfectly with flair, and its to the point! It also matches with the theme of Chef Steps craft and “foodie” identity. Using it will instantly identify your creation, as well as give you product identity that permeates throughout the foodie echelons. Trademark it, patent the process, so that when Starbuck’s approaches you, lets talk again!

  360. Just saw that Brenda Kartheiser, came up with “JAVANACHE”…she deserves the prize! trust me on this one. That name will fly, good luck…

  361. Crème de Comass , a fusion between coffee and chocolate mass.

  362. cococcino

  363. Crashcup

    To honor Clyde Crashcup and his assistant Leonardo.
    Always keep inventing.

  364. Chokycoff
    Coffychok

  365. Coffee Bien

    A statement. A compliment. A play on spelling. A whole lot of yum!

  366. The Doppelgänger

    nive.aura@gmail.com

  367. Faux chocolate

    Cafe pate

    Chafe

    Skapsimalis@hotmail.com

  368. Cafe Creme

    Java bean dream

  369. Memory of a chocolate
    Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate, where are you ?
    Cafe, dark and black
    Tribute to chocolate
    Camouflaged
    Mont Black
    Chocolate that isn’t

  370. Francisco Javier Moya

    “Cacaofé” Possible pronunciations- [Kah-kau-feh] [Kah-kau-fay]

  371. Purine bonbon (IUPAC derived name)
    or
    drowsiness blocker (caffeine action/function)

  372. Since Coffe is from the Rubiaceae plant family, i would incorporate its heritage into the name. Hence:

    Rubiacolate/ Rubicolate.

    Also, the sylabil combinig and word finding for all the other recipes becomes easy.

    Hot Rubi/ Hot Ruby
    Rubi au laite
    rubitella (if you where to add roasted hazelnuts)
    Rubi fudge…

  373. Caffè Marocchino

  374. Cofee spread
    Crème de caffé

  375. Cafolat or Cafalat
    Coffectionary

  376. Crudo Noir
    Crudo Cafe
    Cafe Crudo
    Coffee Crudo
    Cafe Bullion
    Black Bullion
    Coffee Bullion

  377. I Can’t Believe It’s Not Coffee!

  378. caffeine choc

  379. Better “bittersweet chooffee”

  380. Chocoffee
    Shockolatte

  381. coffolate

    coffealate

    caffeinelate

    caffeinebar

  382. Cafe Frotis
    Fortis means smear in Spanish

  383. I would name it KA-POW or QA-POW
    KA/QA FROM QAHUAH, coffee in arab

    So you have coffee beans prisoners of a chocolate bar!

  384. Choc-o-not
    Tempered coffee
    Silky coffee

  385. Black Gold

  386. cafepesto (coffee paste)
    espresto (espresso pesto)

  387. Coffochoc

  388. Marocchino or Marochino
    It’s a type of coffee served with chocolate

  389. A Bar of Joe
    Cuppa Chocolate
    Choclattel – from the Nahuatl word chocolatl
    Cocoaffee

  390. Chocchiato

    Chochiato

  391. choco-latté.

  392. Masked chocolate

  393. Cafe Steram, Cafe Dream, per Aspera at Cofee, ChocoFe.

  394. Coffee Stream!

  395. chocolate faux

  396. -Beurre de Café
    -Cadeau de Café
    -Café Velouté
    -Café Lisse
    -Glaçage de Café

  397. Ciofeca
    It was a coffee substitute used in Italy in WW2.

  398. It looks like vinyl

    so i would call it

    coffeevinyl

  399. Pure colafe
    Co (coa+ffee)
    Coffeelatte
    Coaffee
    Caputé
    Roasted Colate

  400. Moccolate
    or Choccomocca

  401. MOCK CHOC!

  402. Black velvet – it looks so smooth and soft!

  403. kopicat 🙂

  404. Lie of chocolate

  405. Coffelate
    Coaffe

  406. coffee sighs

  407. Francisco Javier Moya

    “Caofé” (Shortening of “Cacaofé”) From the words cacao and the spanish word for coffee, café.

    Pronunciation [Kau-feh] [Kau-fay]

    “Caofé paste”

  408. Coffaya

    Derived from Coffea – coffee flower, and Mokaya – the earliest evidence of use of cacao traces to the Mokaya (pre-Olmec cultures of the Soconusco region in Mexico and parts of the Pacific coast of western Guatemala).

  409. Velvet Insomniac

  410. 1. Cochalatte
    2. Coffrelate
    3. Caf-beanesso
    4. Esprechocafe
    5. Chocafesso
    6. Kafecolatte

  411. Tricky chocolate, tricky black

  412. Kafeili

    The name is very appropriate for your creation. Coffee bean, strength and power.

  413. Coffraccio:
    Coffee+ abbraccio (hugs, embrace in italian)

  414. KopiLa
    ( in Asia, kopi means coffee in Hokkien dialect ..)

  415. Caffeinocolate

  416. Cafeo
    Mocklate
    Meltable coffee
    Buzzbars
    Coffee morsels
    Baker’s coffee
    Confectioners coffee
    Coffolate
    Second crack

  417. Chocoffee Bean

  418. Cafe frotis
    Spanish for coffee smear

  419. Chocoffee. Kaffialate. Chokaflate. Caffchoclate.
    No matter the name, can’t wait to taste it 😀

  420. Kaffelade
    Chocoffe
    Coffelate
    Sjokafe

  421. Choffee
    Velva
    Moffolate
    Kafeo

  422. Humm… that’s actually already a product here in Brazil.

    They call it “Cafene” – http://www.cafene.com.br/

    It’s usually sold in grocery stores as a fancy candy named “Coffe Beans” (Obviously because of the way they are shaped and I reckon that it doesn’t really sound attractive to native english speakers… Fine, it doesn’t sound attractive at all) or even “Edible coffee”.

    You can find some here: http://spali.com.br/portal/?page_id=2266

  423. Coffella
    Cofflate’
    COFFEEBEAN BUTTER

  424. Mokhalin

  425. Javalate or Javacolate?

  426. vinyl Chocolate

  427. caffeine’o’late
    cocoa beans chocolate substitute
    caffeine spread

  428. ChocoNOT

    Cafe ole with an accent on the e

  429. Coffee Praliné

  430. Veloce – the Italian word for quick.

  431. Caffè cream

  432. Cocoaffee Blast
    Coffee Choc Bite
    Chocoffee Delight

  433. Espresschoco

    Shot of noir

    Cafélat

    Café a la moccha

    Coffea mama mia

  434. Non Choc Coffee

  435. A combination of the best of coffee and cacao:
    Coffocao

  436. Moccachoc

  437. Not Chocolate

  438. I think that it’s already named coffee paste. Sorry. http://www.lepicerie.com/Coffee-Paste.html

  439. Doroteya Turner

    Choccaffee
    la Coffette

  440. Coffee mayonnaise

  441. Quevaria (kɛvaːrɪə)
    Etymology: Quevaria is a portmanteau combining Quetzalcoatl and variare.

    Quetzacoatl was known as the god of wisdom to the Aztecs of Mesoamerica. The origins of cacao can be traced back to these Aztecs, who believed the bean was a gift from Quetzalcoatl.

    Variare is latin for variation.

    Quevaria very loosely translates to Quetzalcoatl’s variation.

  442. Coffee choconnaise

  443. Soffee. (Sweet Coffee)

  444. I’d call it “velour“.
    (or “cafe velour”)

  445. Mauricio Fernandez

    I think the best way to name it, is choffe because it remembered chocolate and coffe other names remembered other preparations like coffelate.

  446. BrewTella ! Just saying it out loud makes my mouth water ! 🙂

  447. Caffe 70

    Caffe Cioccolato

    Cafe Dorado

  448. Coffe Gourmet Delight

  449. Coffee sweet mayonnaise
    Velvet coffee
    Tempered coffe
    Tempered coffee butter

  450. SOMB – son of minor bean

  451. CoffeCoco

  452. Aztec Coffusion

    Aztec Chef-fusion

    Aztec Dream

    Aztec Heaven

    Aztec Clouds

  453. Chocafé
    Chocoffee

  454. INTERGALACTIC SUPER FLAVOUR OF DOOM

  455. Ca-fé-cao

  456. Falsarious Chocolate

  457. This isn’t chocolate, so I don’t know why everybody thinks that chocolate should be in the name. If I understand the basic concept, this is milled/ground, and “conched” coffee beans, so I think that process can form a better basis for the name.

    Since “ground” or “grinded” doesn’t sound very nice to my ears, and Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world, I propose the more beautiful sounding Portuguese, “MoÍdas de Cafe,” or just “MoÍdas” for short. (i.e., “Hey, pass me that mold so I can temper my moÍdas”).

    Although more of a description than a name, “conched coffee” seems to literally be what this product is, and it might more snappily be called “conchcafé.” Portugueseifying that gets you “Concha,” which I also like.

  458. Tropic’s Deceit
    Cafauxlate/Cofauxlate
    Espreaffine (espresso,spread,caffeine)

  459. I think it should be named Oromo

    First of all, look at it.. the word itself is as beautiful as the thing it names. The two are just a perfect fit.
    Look at yourself in the mirror when you say – Oromo – You almost have to lick your lips after saying that word.

    Also, the name is an homage to the Ethiopian ancestors of today’s Oromo ethnic group. They were the first to have recognized the energizing effect of the native coffee plant.

  460. Cacofee
    Theobroma cafe
    Cafe-alot
    Death by Caffe

  461. Chofflate or Cofflate, fast and nimble.

  462. Coffeelade
    Coffenache

    Mokalade
    Mokanache
    Mokabromine (=>Théobromine)

  463. Anne Marie Russell

    Chocafe

  464. Coffeetella
    Melted Coffee

  465. -“Dorothy”
    (The first coffee license to Dorothy Jones in 1670 in North America)
    -1670
    -Dorothy 1670
    -Black Diamond
    -Black Goddess

  466. Bialetti
    Brewm
    Moccha

  467. Chocoutlate
    coffeelate
    Choccaffeine

  468. Macchiate (Macchiato + Chocolate)

  469. caffèdibile (Incredible coffee)
    caffèoro (Gold coffee in Italian)

  470. Coffeecholato

  471. Chocofee

  472. The Coffee Bean that will be Cacao

  473. mocca shock

    🙂

  474. Paté Noir
    Midnight Java
    Quicky lube
    Speedy Gon-java
    Ambrosia
    Maranga
    Caffolet

  475. coffoa (coffe+cocoa(butter))

  476. Café au beurre — (coffee butter)

    café velours noir — (black coffee velvet)

    beurre black — (was an inside joke with a chef friend of mine when he was making squid ink butter. now i have something else to label with beurre black.)

  477. MokaChoc
    ChoMoka

  478. Chocolain’t

  479. Håvard Høgestøl

    Muthekalate.

  480. Barry White

  481. Black-power
    Black-gold
    Dark-gold

  482. Java Butter

    Coffee Butter

    Java Silk

    Coffee Silk

  483. I think it would be a good idea to give this fantastic substance a position of itself rather than being a shadow of chocolate like nutella is for hazelnut paste.

    how about –
    – ffieolate
    – caffetella
    -cafepasta
    -coffiolla

  484. Håvard Høgestøl

    Metabolate: Since coffee speeds up metabolation/fat-burning.

  485. Kopi
    Indonesian

    Caffelan/kaffelan
    Vietnamese

  486. Oskar Johansson

    Kaffet
    It means The Coffee. Short and specific.

  487. javacoco

  488. Caffètar

    as in “coffee tar”

    It is made from coffee beans and has the appearance of tar (which is normally made from hydrocarbons found in nature — instead, here we have the seeds of a berry)

  489. coffeechoco

  490. Patrick Galiardi

    Coffee Fraiche’

  491. Cocofechō

    Chocolate Coffee Zing

    Zenery Cofébean

  492. Zenergy cofébean* correction*

  493. Arabica pâte?

  494. New Addiction

  495. Manu Sangiorgio

    What if you call it “BRAVIECO” ?
    Its a mix of Brasil, Vietnam and Colombia, because they are the three main coffee producers in the world, and its time to thank them.

    Bravieco!

  496. espressococoloco (fun)

    or

    Esproco ( catchy and exotic)

  497. Chef steps’ smooth chocoffee

  498. coffrême

  499. Ahwa (أهوى In Egyptian Arabic)

    In the Middle East in general and in Egypt in particular, coffee is very well celebrated. Almost every family has its own blend of coffee, which generally includes cardamon and cloves and this blend is called ‘Mehaweg’ which means blended perfectly in Arabic. Also, the same word with the same pronunciation means ‘I Love’ in Arabic.

  500. Kafeti
    Kafe pâte
    Pâte à cafe
    kafeto

  501. Chaffee
    Cafe- late
    Javalate

  502. Gilles Prescott

    name it “I can’t believe it’s not chocolat”.

  503. -Cocoaffee
    -Kakawffee (kakaw original mayan name for cacao)

  504. Croffee! For cream & coffee 🙂

  505. Black gold bar
    Coffee Bar
    Coffeelate Correto
    Moca bar

  506. Gustavo Pereira

    Créme Caffée
    Caffélla
    Espresso Melt

  507. Choco arabica or choco robusta, depending on the beans used.

  508. Cafecamo
    Camolate
    Cafecamou

  509. Reilly Bonenberger

    douce-amère (bitter-sweet in French)

  510. There are so many good name already out there. Nonetheless, here are a few I did not see:
    Midnight express
    Chocolate’s cousin
    The Juan Valdez
    The Juan Valdez Chocolate
    Expresso Butter
    Caffeine Ganache
    Sweet Umami

  511. Mocha
    quahwah chocolat
    yoyolictzin chocolate

    Or the name I found by researching what coffee and chocolate means.

    Chocolate comes from the word chocolat which means bitter water
    And coffee comes from the word quahwah which means delay

    So the name for this chocolate
    Should be yoyolictzin chocolate or quahwah chocolat both means slow or delayed bitter water

  512. Pâté du Caffé
    CoCoFree
    Coffeemite

  513. Silk Coffee
    Javasilk
    Cacaowow

  514. Brewalote
    Chocojoe
    Javaolate
    Chocojava

  515. I’d say stick with coffolate, but I could also suggest jocolate, joltalate, or perkolate.

  516. CAROLINA PERCHE

    Chocoffe

  517. Faux late
    Faux cho
    CocoNo
    Coco faux
    Chogazi

  518. CAROLINA PERCHE

    Chocooffee

  519. Ėchapp-choc au café

    Playing with french words meaning: escaped chocolate with coffee

    Or
    Nochoc au café

  520. “The Coffing” <—-I'm a bit biased to this! lol
    “Coffee Break”
    “Mocha Magic”
    “Ink”
    “Marvelous Mud”
    “Coffee Acid”

  521. CAROLINA PERCHE

    Chocoffee

  522. Chocolate ‘Yin Yang’ ( Its Chocolate but it isn’t!)

  523. Café dessert
    Bride’s dessert

  524. Eduardo Sánchez

    Cajeta de café

  525. Smooth Buzz
    Cremocha
    Velvet express

  526. Chocoffee

  527. Java Jam
    Java Candy

  528. BROWN BUZZY
    POT-O-SPEED
    BLACK -CO-MOTION
    POT-DE-CHOCO-BUZZ
    CREMA-DE-SPEEDA
    CHOCO-MOTION
    POT-DE-LOCO-MOTION
    BLACK BETTY
    BLACK BETTY SPREAD
    CHOCO-TWITCH
    DARK MATTER BUTTER
    ZIPPIDEE–DRIP=FIX
    CHEMISTRY GENAAACHE
    BAIT-AND-SWITCH DISH
    LIQUID DARKNESS

  529. Coffee Olé

  530. Sweet Java

  531. Cafée, Cafélate, Chafé, Chocafé, Cafélat, Chofee, Cocofee

  532. Coffee Gras
    Café Gras

  533. Javalate

    De-bean-olate

    Beanolate

    No-Chocolate-Chocolate

    Chocolate-Free-Chocolate

    Java-Chocolate

  534. Java Lava

  535. …like ganache, but w coffee:
    cafenache
    mochanache

  536. Based on the word, “xocolātl”, which is a Nahuatl word for “bitter water”, I think an appropriate name would be: xochola pronounced Ex-o-chola. Because who wouldn’t want to give a hug and kiss to something that looks so delicious.

    Alternatively, chocochao rolls off the tongue a bit more easily. (It’s also a reference to “chaona”, which is the first reference to coffee in our language)

  537. *coffee ganache. *Ganache of coffee *coffee Choco-spread. *faux chocolate *spreadable coffee. *coffee coating. *coffee glaze. *confused coffee. *coffee confusion *infision confusion

    This is fun but I better stop. Good luck to everyone!

  538. Java Gana
    Cocoafé
    Creme de Java
    Javacolate

  539. cacaotella
    coffeetella
    javatella
    javajam
    javam
    spreadable java
    java spread
    javalicious
    java-butter
    buttered java
    jacolate

  540. Shocklatte
    Javatte

  541. Names:

    Mochadiction

    kahawate (kahawa is coffee in Swahili language)

  542. Chocolat is derived from xocolātl . So why not xocoffee

  543. Hi,
    I will try to contribute with something related to my own language (portuguese).
    Chococafé

    Since it uses cocoa butter:
    Coffee cocoa butter
    Coffeefied Cocoa butter
    Or a simpler one:
    Coffee butter

  544. Liquid / Molten Kopi (asian dialect for coffee)

  545. Iacobuti Adelina

    Brewed chocolate

  546. Cofco or cofca

  547. Crème Bean

  548. Chococafé
    caféchoc
    chocafé
    chococoffee
    coffechoc
    chocoffee

  549. Barista bar

  550. My suggestions are,
    •The Java Bar
    •Xocolatl (origin of the word chocolate)
    •Caffeine Dream
    •The Gold Roast
    •Midnight Roast
    •Coffea Pate

    Sheesh! Naming things are hard… Good luck guys!

  551. Barista’s Delight

  552. Andrew Mescolotto

    Coffee Frosting

  553. Coffalot 🙂

  554. I can’t believe it’s not chocolate!

  555. My Suggestions are
    •The Java Bar (just think… dark java, milk java, white java)
    •Midnight Roast
    •Xocolatl (supposedly meaning ‘bitter-water’)
    •Caffeine-lovers’ Dream
    •The Gold Roast
    •Coffeate

    Geez! Naming things are tough… Good luck guys!