People used to believe that Starbucks ‘s name was taken from the person who founded it but that is not the case.
the three men who created the chain, Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl, and Gordon Bowker decided that the name of their store would start with “st”, But they didn’t know what are the rest of the name would be until they find an old mining map.
The map included the name of an old town called Starbo. this is when Bowker thought about “Starbuck,” a character from the book Moby-Dick. So, the famous brand of coffee came from a book and a map.