- Beechwood Honey Dipper drizzles honey on food and beverages without making a sticky mess.
- Made from beechwood local to Czech Republic; FSC-certified; replenishable and responsibly forested; measures 6 x 1-inches.
- Simply dip the grooved end into honey, hold the handle upright so honey won't drip, then turn it horizontally to release the honey with control.
- Works with liquid and thicker raw honey; ideal for maple syrup, blackstrap molasses, melted chocolate, caramel, and more.
- Lightweight, strong, will not scratch non-stick surfaces; hand wash only; occasionally coat with mineral oil to keep wood looking its best.
The Beechwood Honey Dipper serves up the sweet taste of honey without making a sticky mess! Simply dip the grooved end into the honey, hold the handle upright so honey won't drip, position it over where it's needed, then turn it horizontally to release honey with control. It works with thicker raw honey, too! Drizzle honey over cereals, fruit, ice cream, biscuits, muffins, teas, green juices, warm milk and honey, and other hot or cold beverages. It's lightweight, strong, and safe for everyone to use. Though it's compact for easy storage in a kitchen gadget drawer, it's attractive enough to display on the counter with honey jars, tea sets, or on the table. Easily drizzle honey, maple syrup, blackstrap molasses, melted chocolate, caramel, and more. This Honey Dipper is FSC-certified, made from beechwood that's replenishable and responsibly forested, local to the Czech Republic. It's safe for non-stick surfaces and won't scratch. Hand wash only. The FSC, Forest Stewardship Council, is a global forest certification initiative of forest owners, timber industries, social groups and environmental organizations, ensuring clean air and water, and diminished effects on local and global climates, through responsible forest management and conservation. FSC-certified manufacturers produce environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial, and economically viable products through responsible forest management practices.