TODAY’S PATENT – HONEY ON A STICK SIMULATING A HONEY DIPPER
Introducing a sweet twist to honey drizzling, the Honey on a Stick Simulating a Honey Dipper is a patent-protected delight that combines practicality with interactive fun. Filed on September 10, 2016, and granted on December 12, 2017, in U.S, this invention adds a playful touch to honey enjoyment.
Conceived by the inventive mind of Emmanuel Zoubovsky from Houston, TX, this honey-on-a-stick offers two key benefits. Firstly, it ensures mess-free drizzling with controlled portions, making it a convenient choice for adding honey to desserts and beverages. Secondly, its design provides a fun and interactive way to enjoy honey, making it especially appealing for kids.
The ornamental design, as claimed in the patent, turns honey drizzling into an art form. With an active status and an anticipated expiration on December 12, 2032, the patent ensures that the Honey on a Stick continues to bring joy to honey enthusiasts. The assignee, located in Houston, TX, stands as the guardian of this innovative creation, adding a touch of sweetness to the culinary world. As we anticipate the ongoing evolution of food-related inventions, the Honey on a Stick Simulating a Honey Dipper stands out as a testament to the creativity and functionality that can be achieved in even the simplest pleasures.