$14.99

Made with sustainable Alder tree wood and naturally darkened and decorated by the frictional rubbing of pine wood.


This artisanal wooden molinillo stirrer is made with love and care by our Mexican family friends following five generations of practice and knowledge.

Heat resistant, dishwasher safe, non-toxic, 100% natural. Not painted.

 

Choose from 5 different sizes based on your cacao mixing needs.

 

For Australian customers please purchase here

For US or Canadian customers please purchase here

 

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TA
09/08/2021
Tanya A.
New Zealand New Zealand
Molinilie

I purchased this after seeing it being used at a cacao ceremony in a store where I live, and I want to do this in my home and when I make some cacao for my people who come to my cooking classes. Do you ever sell 1kg block of the cacao butter as I would be interested in buying that as I use quite a bit of it in my classes, feel free to check out my FB page Tanya’s Kitchen

KA
09/05/2021
Kyla A.
New Zealand New Zealand
Mollinilo

Beautiful, authentic, makes the cacao ceremony special - love it

BO
07/28/2021
Bridy O.
New Zealand New Zealand
Cacao drops

I love love love this product!!! It is so silky and warming. Ill be purchasing again and again for sure x

HJ
07/08/2021
Hana J.
New Zealand New Zealand
molinillo

I love all three sizes of molinillos, this tiny one was the last to my collection and I enjoy using it to stir my cup of Cacao, sitting in front of the fire, letting all the goodness in my body.

HH
07/06/2021
Helen H.
New Zealand New Zealand
In love!

Love my whisk, just feels instinctively good when using it. Massive hit with the kids too - apparently doubles as a magick wand.

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