Long Pitcher Spoon - Exotic Hardwood Spoon
exotic wood long pitcher spoon
exotic wood long pitcher spoon
Long Pitcher Spoon - Exotic Hardwood Spoon
Long Pitcher Spoon - Exotic Hardwood Spoon
Long Pitcher Spoon - Exotic Hardwood Spoon
Long Pitcher Spoon - Exotic Hardwood Spoon

Itza Wood

Long Pitcher Spoon - Exotic Hardwood Spoon

Regular price $30.00
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Each of our unique wooden spoons and cooking utensils are consciously designed for practical use, elegance, and durability. Choose between two types of exotic hardwood. Sold individually not as a set:

  • Jobillo wood: The warm tones of the exotic wood emanate a wonderful sense of depth. It is a firey color with dark stripes, also known as tigerwood.
  • Ziricote: This rich wood is native to the countries of Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico, it is dark brown with landscape grain lines. 
  • Granadillo: Often likened to Rosewood for its reddish brown color and distinct stripes.

Enhance your cooking experiences with everyday influences from the tropical jungle. Either as a gift or treat to yourself, if you like indulging in the small pleasures that life has to offer, this beautifully hand-crafted item is a great place to start.

This long "limonada" spoon is perfect for stirring lemonade, cocktails and soups. It makes a perfect gift for anyone who loves entertaining in style and enjoys small touches of luxury where they matter most.

Details and specifications

  • Jobillo, Ziricote or Granadillo wood sourced from the Petén jungle
  • Handwash with mild soap, dry promptly
  • Dimensions: 12.25"l x 2.75"dia (31 x 7 cm)
  • Food safe
  • Sustainably harvested wood Handmade in Peten, Guatemala

Itza Wood’s wooden spoons, spatulas, and servers are perfect for gourmet cuisine lovers and foodies. Hand-crafted and hand-finished in the Peten region of Guatemala, where we fund various initiatives to help enhance economic growth and provide a better future for local families and artisans.

To find out more about our involvement in social initiatives, reforestation projects, and the local Jungle school which helps drive education for young people in the Petén region.

Read about our wood manufacturing process and see how our local carpenters select, treat, and hand-finish Central America’s finest exotic woods to create our products and collections.

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