These beautiful scoops were handmade from coppiced coffee wood by pastor and carpenter Eduar Funez in Las Lomitas, Honduras. He provides employment and a more stable future to young apprentices and sources his wood from a local coffee farm, where old stumps and trimmings are normally burned and not utilized otherwise. We are thrilled to have a handful of these to sell in support of this small mountain community in Honduras.
From De Palo Products’ website: “With a 7.5 inch reach, you can get down to the bottom of the bag, and scoop out the last bit of grounds with our unique squared-off tip. Each scoop is unique, a reflection of the craftsman and the beautiful and natural variation of patterns and knots in coffee wood.
- Handmade from real coffee wood in Honduras.
- Coffee bean logo burnt on with a fire-heated brass brand.
- 7.5 inches long.
- Holds approximately one tablespoon.
Finished with boiled linseed oil to provide a beautiful, safe luster that showcases the natural features of the wood.”