This long handled honey dipper is perfect for your honey pot or honey jar. Simply dip it into the honey, spin it around and lift it into your cup resting it on the edge of the cup with the little lip while the honey drips off quickly. Or, you can insert this right into your beverage of choice allowing the honey to melt into your drink.
This solid cherry kitchen utensil was designed and made by Wood Artist Paul Szewc of Guelph.
Dimensions are 7 7/8" l x 1 3/8" w x 1/4" thick or 19.5 cm l x 3 cm w x 0.6 cm thick.
To order this product please select large cherry in the variations section.
For the maple version of this product, please use the variations to select small maple when ordering. Note: maple version is slightly thinner at 3/8". Dimensions 6" l x 1 3/8" w or 14.5 cm l x 3 cm w x 0.5 cm thick.
For the smaller walnut version of this product, please use the variations to select small walnut when ordering. Dimensions are 6" l x 3/8" w x 1/4" thick or 14.5 cm l x 3 cm w x 0.6 cm thick
As with all of our kitchen utensils, the honey stick is finished with non-toxic, food grade mineral oil.
All of our utensils are made with new wood. Reclaimed/recycled woods can be toxic and should never be used in food products such as cutting boards or utensils.
Care: Simply wipe with damp soapy cloth. Do not let sit in water or put in dishwasher.
Oil with cooking oil when wood feels dry.
Note: The photo shown is a representation of the item. As all of our utensils are hand sanded variance in the shape can occur due to the natural grain of the wood, making each tong truly unique.
Shipping Note: US customers, standard shipping does NOT include tracking. Please select shipping upgrade TRACKING if you wish for your package to have tracking when shipping.
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