Coffee Spoons

Teaspoons and dessert spoons are an elegant addition to your coffee break. These perfectly proportioned spoons make stirring your sugar or cream easy and mess-free.

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Coffee Spoons

Teaspoons and coffee spoons to complement your cutlery set

Tea and coffee spoons are an integral part of every cutlery set. They are used for very different purposes at the table, for example to add sugar to tea or to stir milk into coffee. Here we have summarized for you exactly how to use teaspoons and what makes them different to general spoons. Expand your cutlery set now with high-quality tea and coffee spoons.

What makes a teaspoon special?

While the small spoon is the smallest piece of cutlery in the classic table cutlery set, the teaspoon is even smaller. This spoon is approx. 14 cm long. We offer stainless steel teaspoons polished to a high gloss or in matt. Whichever version you prefer is simply a matter of taste.

The various uses for a teaspoon

There are two main uses for a teaspoon.

1. Stirring spoon

The classic use for a teaspoon is to add sugar to your tea or coffee and to stir it in.

2. Spoons for eating desserts and puddings

Its small size makes the teaspoon very well-suited for eating puddings and desserts. Ice cream in particular, and indeed any cream, mousse or custard, can be eaten in small portions bit by bit.

Why desserts taste better with a teaspoon

Oxford University found that desserts such as ice cream or pudding taste better with a teaspoon than with a larger spoon. Subconsciously, many people associate this type of spoon with something sweet, whereas tablespoons are automatically associated with savory foods. If you want to make the most of this effect yourself, then simply always use a teaspoon for your desserts in future.

How many milliliters or grams fit into a teaspoon?

Recipes will sometimes require one teaspoon of an ingredient. But how much is that exactly? The amount on one teaspoon fits onto a large tablespoon about three times over. That's about 5 milliliters or 3 to 4 grams of sugar etc.

What distinguishes a teaspoon from a coffee spoon?

These two small spoons are often confused, although there are clear differences between a teaspoon and a coffee spoon. The coffee spoon has a longer handle so that you can also stir specialty coffees such as a latte macchiato in a tall glass. Some coffee spoons also have a bend in the handle so that they can be easily hung on the glass after stirring.

How to recognize a good tea or coffee spoon?

A glance at our online store reveals a wide selection of coffee spoons. So we would be delighted to give you a little assistance in deciding which small spoon would go best with your existing cutlery set.

Elegant design

Flatware from the ZWILLING online store always combines style and form with functionality. All teaspoons are made in a timeless, ergonomic design.

High-quality processing

Stainless steel teaspoons are the first choice if you're looking for durable cutlery items. The material is corrosion-resistant and highly heat-resistant.

Suitable for dishwashers

Teaspoons are used frequently, so they should be suitable for the dishwasher.

Whether as a single piece of cutlery or as a set: Find the right teaspoon in the ZWILLING online store.