A honey dipper ,also called honey wand, stick, spoon, is a kitchen utensil used to collect honey from a container, which it then exudes to another location. It is often made of turned wood. Besides the handle, the tool consists of equally-spaced coaxial grooves.
One method of using the tool is to dip the grooved end into the liquid, then slowly twirl the handle between the thumb and fingers while in transport, to prevent dripping. It is commonly used to drizzle on bread, biscuits, or other foods of that nature. If you hold the dipper horizontally and rotate, the glob never accumulates.As long as you keep spinning it, there is no issue of the honey falling off the dipper. This is unlike a knife, where it slides off, or a spoon, where it drips from the bottom. Compared to most utensils, you can deliver honey with precision.
Wooden dippers are turned on a lathe. The lathes can be hand-turned or, motorized. The design probably arose in India, China, Germany. Honey dippers are, indeed, one of the very popular projects of woodworkers who work with lathes. You can also find dippers made of stainless steel, silver-plated brass, plastic, silicone, ceramic, and glass. The wooden dippers are considered superior because they won’t chip your teacup. In addition, wood has antibacterial properties that will protect the honey even after multiple dips.
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- Professional quality utensils handcrafted from Babool Tree Wood.
- The Total length of Each Dipper is 5 inches.
- Finished with Olive oil to prevent drying and cracking.
- Product resists staining and odor absorption.
- Made in India.