The sweetest honey dipper you will ever use. Designed by the bees who make hexagon shapes in the honeycomb to store honey. 10% of proceeds go towards education and study of Colony Collapse Disease (CCD).
About the Artist
We discovered this artisan when we were looking for a unique honey dipper. Jonathan handcrafts these spoons from wild cherry in his studio in Pennsylvania.
How to Care for your honey dipper
With care your honey dipper will last a lifetime. Use soap and warm water and occasionally oil them with natural coconut oil using a paper towel or cloth. Do not put them in the dishwasher.
“I bought some of your Durty Honey at the Maynard farmers market this summer and we love it!. I've tried a lot of honey over the years, my son is obsessed with buying different kinds. And I've never been blown away by one where I would drive to another town to get it. But honestly it is soooo good! We only opened it recently and the jar is almost empty.So I need to get more soon!"