If you've ever walked into any of our stores, you may have seen the Olive Wood Honey Dippers near our honey section! These Olive Wood Honey Dippers are not only gorgeous, but they are actually quite useful if you are a honey enthusiast, like myself! Our employees regularly get questions about the function and benefits of using a honey dipper!
The honey dippers that we carry are made from Olive Wood. These beautiful honey dippers are handcrafted in Tunisia, which is a North African country found on the Mediterranean Sea. They are formed from a single piece of wood, and are never glued or joined together.
Sometimes, depending on the consistency, honey can be difficult to get out of a jar using a spoon without making a deliciously sticky mess! That's where our Olive Wood Honey Dipper comes in to the rescue! As you dip the Olive Wood Honey Dipper into a jar of honey, you twirl it around, and the honey wraps around the dipper and settles into the grooves. The grooves help trap and slowly release the honey as you drizzle it over toast, fresh fruit, or whatever you're serving with honey!
Our Olive Wood Honey Dipper supplier recommends the following tips:
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