Starbucks was started by a couple of guys who journeyed down to Berkeley, California, where a Dutch immigrant named Alfred Peet had opened a store in the mid-Sixties. That was the first attempt to present high-quality regular coffee; there had obviously been Italian cafés in New York and San Francisco for decades, but they served espresso and the like (not regular coffee).
The guys from Starbucks came down to work at Peet's (as the store was called), then returned north.
The previous commenter was correct; the chain was named for the character in Melville.
You should probably re-word the question to something general about Italian coffee styles, because as worded, it is incorrect.
Espresso is not regular coffee? So American :)
Story of My Life is a nice tune.
(Also this question is so confusing : the brand is inspired by a dutch guy, the name from an American book and the logo from a nordic drawing...)
(To form the possessive, add apostrophe + s to the noun. If the noun is plural, or already ends in s, just add an apostrophe after the s.)
And "land" is still missing from the animal (elephant) question.