A cheap, sugary, coffee or hot cocoa-like drink usually dispensed from a machine and advertised as being "cappuccino". They can be bought in many convenience stores and cafeterias throughout North America and come in a variety of flavors, most commonly "French Vanilla" and "Hazelnut". Not to be confused with an actual cappuccino which tastes completely different.
This word can also be spelled "cappucceapo", dropping the 'h'. But that's only if you want to be fancy, which in this case is pointless.
I stopped off at a rest area on the turnpike and bought an "English Toffee" flavored cappuccheapo to stay awake. Later, I got sick all over my '89 Chrysler's Kimberly velour seats.