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Rated 2 out of 5Â by Galindolaw Not a Tablespoon - not even close
I purchased this coffee scoop at a Container Store. It is nice quality. But it is well over a tablespoon. I actually just went to the Container Store webpage to find out the size as there is nothing marked on the scoop. I have checked with several different measuring spoons and they are similar (all smaller than this one). It is hard to prepare precise coffee measurements with inaccurate scoop. I would think it is 1.15 - 1.20 Tablespoons best I can figure.
November 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by CapeGirl High Quality - Great Size
Bought two of these scoops for measuring baking soda for cleaning in my bath and kitchen. They're strong, nicely-plated and just the right size to fit inside the containers in which I store the baking soda. If I didn't already have a Starbucks scoop for my coffee bin, I'd buy another one. They would make a very nice addition for anyone putting together a mug-with-coffee-tea-or-hot-chocolate gift at Christmas.
July 13, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by NicksmyNICKname Be aware: a std coffee scoop is TWO tblsp, not one
I'm surprised no one has mentioned this. A standard coffee measure ("coffee scoop") is 2 tablespoons.There are lots of 1-tablespoon scoops out there, and this one is fine if that's what you really want.
Me, I can't imagine having to scoop twice as many times because my scoop is only half the size of a standard measure.
Added bonus if you get one that is the standard coffee scoop measure: you then have a 2-tablespoon measure that doubles as a handy measuring spoon in cooking & baking.
In either case, **long-handled** coffee scoops are great!
February 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by kenito well made stainless steel coffee spoon
This one tablespoon spoon is a nice heavy well made little item. It is long enough to be able to reach into a deep pocket coffee can and easily get the coffee out. The finish appears to be heavy duty, and unless you really abuse it (pour acid on it?), it should last for several years as it won't rust and it does not bend easily (fairly heavy duty gauge on the handle and cup itself. It has (as you can see in the picture) a small opening at the end of the handle so you can hang it up if you wish.
August 8, 2013