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cacao (kuh KOU, KAY oh) (noun)
A South American tree, Theobroma cacao, which produces the seed pods, the beans of which are used to make a chocolate drink: Attempts to grow the cacao tree in North America were mostly unsuccessful.
coca (KOH kuh) (noun)
One of several South American plants of the Erythroxylon family, whose leaves contain cocaine and other alkaloids used to make highly addictive substances: The dried leaves of the coca plant, chewed by people of the Andes for a stimulating effect, is also used for extraction of cocaine.
cocaine (koh KAYN, KOH kayn") (noun)
A narcotic (alkaloid) extracted from coca leaves; used as a surface anesthetic or taken as a narcotic which can become powerfully addictive as a stimulant of the central nervous system: Rene attended a Detox program as he attempted to overcome his cocaine addiction.
cocoa (KOH koh) (noun)
1. Beans from the Theobroma cacao tree that have been roasted and ground to a powder and from which much of the fat has been extracted, often used for baking or making a hot drink: The recipe called for several spoonfuls of cocoa when making the chocolate cake.
2. The ground powder made from the seeds of a tropical tree which is mixed with milk or water and sugar to make a chocolate drink or syrup: After a long walk on a snowy day, a cup of hot cocoa tastes very delicious.
coco (KOH koh) (noun)
The coconut palm and its fruit: When the tourist ship went into the harbor, the young boys climbed the coco trees and threw down the cocos.

As a tourist one must be careful when buying a hot drink of cocoa which is made from the seed of the cacao tree. Don’t be tricked into buying some coca leaves from which cocaine is made.

In fact, you are probably better off if you just buy coco from the local market.