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Honey Pot with Stirrer

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An adorable way to store and serve honey for afternoon tea or breakfast, this whimsical honey pot features bee detailing on the lid and comes with a wooden honey dipper. Manufacturer: Sur La Table Includes: Pot, lid, stirrer Material:...Read More

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EXCLUSIVE An adorable way to store and serve honey for afternoon tea or breakfast, this whimsical honey pot features bee detailing on the lid and comes with a wooden honey dipper.

  • Manufacturer: Sur La Table
  • Includes: Pot, lid, stirrer
  • Material: Earthenware
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 3" x 3.75"
  • Capacity: 5 oz.
  • Made in China
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a friend has a bee hive. I thought this would look good with a bee themed tea pot and mugs I bought her last year. plus I bought the bee themed yellow kitchen towel
NANCY W on Feb 8, 2016
Great size and styling!
Terry S on Dec 4, 2015
I needed a short honey dipper.
Daniel W on Feb 3, 2016
I wanted something to serve my locally purchased honey.
Christina V on Nov 16, 2015
Is this air tight? If it isn't won't the honey crystallize fairly quickly?
Erika on Dec 19, 2015
Best Answer: It is not air tight. I only use is when I know I'm using the honey up fairly quickly. However, I've had honey in it for a week or two and it doesn't crystalize (that's with organic raw honey). I keep it in a kitchen cabinet, so maybe that helps - not exposed to temperature changes, etc. It seems to work fine. I do this with a lot of large quantity products, e.g. gallons of milk, half gallons of cream....I keep them in the fridge and use a smaller, sealed bottle so it doesn't spoil as it goes in and out of the cold. Honestly, for the price, I recommend this cute little honey pot. It's small enough that you will probably use the honey up quickly enough that it doesn't crystalize - just refill more often. I recommend it!
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