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Long woonden drink mixing spoonof curly Maple for mixing your Mojitos . From now till the end of May buy 2 or more items and get 15 % off your total purchase. Use coupon code 2ormore. This is a 14 inch long spoon for mixing pitchers of drinks like my new favorite the Mojito . I had in mind making something like an oar shape with a hollow. Then I decided it needed a little curved up lip like kayak paddle. I had a lot of fun making this spoon, designing it as I went. I used some Maple with curly figure. If you are wondering what causes the curly figure it is because the wood grows in ripples. Picture a silk sheet that is bunched up into wrinkles and the way it reflects the light. That is exactly what is going on in the wood. The fibers are first coming up at your eye, then running parallel with the surface of the wood then diving back away from the surface and they reflect the light differently at each stage. Maple is one of the best known woods for this kind of figure. If you were to strip the bark off of the tree and run your hands over it you would feel the wrinkles and see them.

Finished with beeswax and mineral oil.

This utensil is "pre-washed" so to speak. The grain has been raised with water during the finishing process to remove any loose fiber ends so the spoon will remain smooth after you use it.

Care is easy, just wash in hot soapy water, towel dry, and apply some mineral oil or walnut oil every couple of weeks or you can buy some of our spoon oil finish which is Beeswax and mineral oil. A 4 oz. jar lasts for a long time and it will help to keep your spoon looking and feeling good for many years.