Alibaba has a site that let's you search by region, and indeed there is a page for Turkish chocolate including chocolate covered almonds.
As far as I can tell brand names seem to be Tafe and the ChocoVia and Dojo produced by Besler. Those brand names do not exclusively refer to chocolate covered almonds - which are called "chocolate covered almonds" on the Alibaba website, so that's no real help. But then I searched the company websites, and Tafe has a listing of "Çikolata Kaplı Drajeler". As per Google translate "Çikolata Kaplı" means "chocolate covered" ("Drajeler" is translated as "drapes", I don't think this can be correct), so there is a good chance that these are actually called "chocolate covered almonds" in Turkey.
As rumtscho in the comment pointed out Drajeler is a loan word from the French. "Draje" means (according to the first dictionary I could find) both:
- sugar-coated pill.
- chocolate-coated raisin or nut.