A coffee scoop formed in Irish hardwood originating from locally sourced, wind felled trees near Eoghan's home in Co.Kilkenny.
Turned on the lathe, each unique scoop is finished with food-safe oil and a cord for you to display your scoop beside your coffee dock. A must-have for coffee lovers, each of Eoghan's coffee scoops is packaged with a card informing you of the wood used which varies from ash, oak, alder or beech. There will be slight grain and colour differences between the woods, ash tends to be lighter than say Oak for example.
Dimensions and Care:
Each scoop measures approx 14.5cm in length x 4.5cm across at the widest point. After use, wipe clean with a damp cloth and leave to dry. To keep the wood looking its best, occasionally wipe with a food-safe oil such as linseed.
If you like this...
We think it would make a lovely gift with our Farmhand Coffee, which is roasted here in Dublin. If you would like to send a more extravagant gift, pair this scoop with our Rose Durr stacking cups, felt coasters from Alljoy, and beeswax dinner candles by Brookfield Farm.
In his practice, Eoghan Leadbetter uses only locally sourced wood from wind felled hardwood trees, and those that have been storm damaged. Each section of the tree is utilized, beginning with large slabs of wood to create his bowls, and gradually turning the off cuts into his beautiful coffee scoops and butter knives. Eoghan even uses the wood shavings to make compost for his vegetable garden, so there is nothing wasted.