These sugar skull tea spoons designed by retailer BZA offer consumers a stylish serving utensil as well as a handy cutout design that allows consumers to greatly reduce their sweetener intake. This is ideal for consumers that enjoy putting sugar into their beverages, but are looking to reduce the intake. The cutout design of the skull's face in the spoon ladle cleverly lets a significant amount of a spoonful of sugar fall through before it is placed inside a tea cup.
The spoons feature a skeletal design with grim, large eye sockets and nose cut from the metal to create the skull face. The cutouts allow excess sugar to slide through, greatly cutting down the serving size of a spoonful of sugar so that less is unknowingly added to a cup of tea or coffee.
This Sugar Skull Spoon Has a Cutout Design to Cut Sweetener Intake
M — March 24, 2016 — Art & Design
References: bza.co & yankodesign