A wooden honey dipper is a kitchen utensil used to collect viscous liquid like honey from a container, which it then exudes to another location. This wooden honey dipper is made from sustainably sourced and produced hoop pine. Besides the handle, the tool consists of equally-spaced concentric (coaxial) grooves.
One method of using the tool is to dip the grooved spiral 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 honey on bread, biscuits, or other foods of that nature