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Over the past month or so, I’ve noticed a new trend in cutlery popping up on latte saucers across my favorite cafes: the tiny spoon. With a dainty bowl just big enough for a modest helping of sweetener and a slender handle perfect for swirling the cream through your coffee, this diminutive utensil is equal parts miniature form and function. After stirring my morning cup with more than a few tiny spoons, I decided I needed to add a few to my silverware drawer, pronto.
The problem was, I couldn’t find a tiny spoon on the world wide web to save my life. I searched and searched every combination of the words “tiny” “spoon” and “coffee” to no avail. And then, an online curtain parted and I finally found one single, solitary spoon with my desired tiny dimensions. It was called a demitasse spoon and I soon learned that my self-titled Tiny Spoons also masquerade under the names “spice spoon” and “condiment spoon.” Once I finally cracked the SEO code, I was able to round up a baker’s dozen of my very favorite tiny spoons to share with you all. Crisis averted.
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