Pwned Passwords has the number of how many times a password has been seen in various password leaks, it also has an API, and there's a list of coffee brands on Wikipedia. So here it is…
georgia(57531× used as a password)
Yes, almost all of these are also something else than just a coffee. Maybe except Jihlavanka, the Czech coffee brand which is unfortunately produced elsewhere in the EU –
jihlavanka has been used 63× times as a password. Anyway, Georgia is a state in the U.S., also a country at the boundary between Europe and Asia, a font, a ship, a submarine and even an asteroid (also used as a password
georgia359). Georgia is also a name, just like Franck and Justus. Whether people mean the coffee brand or the submarine, we'll never know.
But there's just one hardcore fan, whose password is
jitteryjoes. That's a coffee brand from Athens. The town in Georgia. The Georgia in the U.S. And I'm sorry, nobody cares about
deathwishcoffee (“Your last wish?” – “Need a coffee! Wait, no, I'll change my password instead”) or
Have I Been Pwned is run by Troy Hunt and even he's a password for 11 people sharing the same name. Seems that nobody uses my first name and last name as a password but
mspacek has already been seen 9 times, and
spacekm has been used by two users. I want to meet them. Although someone tells me that one of those two has “murder” in their email address so maybe they could just email me.
All coffee password and even the script available on GitHub. So what is hacking anyway? For example this or this.