Malvaceae (form. Bombacaceae)
Cacahuaxochitl; Rosita de Cacao; Molinillo
Quararibea funebris is an aromatic tree that's flowers are closely associated with traditional cacao use, especially as a froth thickener for the Oaxacan cacao drink tejate. It has been suggested as a possible identification of the Aztec entheogen "poyomatli".