What is the name of the bean used for the Cacao/Chocolate? Ben Prasser Updated June 30, 2016 21:14 Follow The beans used for the Cacoa/Chocolate are sourced from a heritage cacao species in the Arriba family. Related articles Do you test your product for heavy metals? Does Chocolate Powder contain caffeine? How many milligrams of flavanols are in your chocolate powder and hot chocolate products? Can I make BP Coffee the night before, and drink it in the morning? Will activated charcoal interfere with the absorption of supplements or prescription drugs? Comments 0 comments Please sign in to leave a comment.