Honey Syrup Dispenser

Brand: Norpro
Model: 780
EAN: 7661459853857
Category: Food & Drinks
Price: $17.88  (127 customer reviews)
Dimension: 6.25 x 3.75 x 3.25 inches
Shipping Wt: 0.50 pounds. FREE Shipping (Details)
Availability: In Stock.
Average Rating: 3.7 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Measures: 5.75" x 3.75" x 3.25" / 14.5cm x 9.5cm x 8cm
Capacity: 1C / 8oz
Never waste a drop of honey or syrup again! Beehive shape dispenser is easy to use! Fill glass base with 1/3C / 3oz of hot water to prevent honey from crystallizing around spout. Set the glass in the base to keep honey or syrup fresh and soft. Handy trigger releases honey or syrup accurately by pushing down on the lever to dipsense. Release the lever to close, sealing the hole to prevent drips. Chrome-plated lid and handle. Glass body. Hand wash for best results. Not for stove top or microwave use.

Norpro was founded in 1973 with a vision to design, manufacture, and supply the highest caliber kitchenware. Norpro’s offering of innovative, high quality product for cooking, preparing and serving food are produced with superior materials and craftsmanship.


  • Never waste a drop of honey or syrup again!
  • Beehive shape dispenser is attractive and easy to use!
  • Fill glass base with 1/3C / 3oz of hot water to prevent honey from crystallizing around spout. Set the glass in the base to keep honey or syrup fresh and soft.
  • Handy trigger releases honey or syrup accurately by pushing down on the lever to dipsense. Release the lever to close, sealing the hole to prevent drips.
  • Chrome-plated lid and handle. Glass body.

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Top Reviews

The best honey dispenser on the market. MUCH better than a honey dipper. Read why.
by GretchenF (5 out of 5 stars)
March 22, 2016

Let me just say, these dispensers are the best on the market. We keep bees so we go through a LOT of honey. Your best bet to avoid raw honey from crystalizing is keeping the dippers, spoons, knives OUT of the jar. Every time you insert something into your honey, you are introducing particles that speed up the crystallization process. These Norpro dispensers are perfect.
Some people have said they are difficult to fill. I have to totally disagree. You have to plan ahead and not just pull out the stopper and watch the honey run all over the floor. I mean seriously folks?
1) Open the jar of honey you will use to refill the dispenser and set the lid upside down onto the counter. 2) pick up your Norpro dispenser with one hand and put a finger on the underside blocking the flow (keep your finger there). 3) with your other hand, loosen the dispenser lid and pull out the stopper. 4) place the stopper end on the jar lid so any honey can drain into the lid. 5) pick up your honey jar and pour honey into dispenser. 6) put the honey jar down and pick up the dispenser lid and reinsert stopper back into dispenser and screw into place. NOW you can remove your finger from the bottom of the dispenser. Really not difficult.
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Clever design
by Cathy (4 out of 5 stars)
July 23, 2017

I really like the design of this honey dispenser. We have a couple of bee hives and always have raw honey on hand as a result. We've used typical honey jars in the past, which are okay. This dispenser works great if used properly. Just warm up water in the glass base. I usually microwave the water, but be sure not to boil it. Then place the glass container filled with honey on top, and wait just a minute. The water heats up the honey making it easy to flow from the dispenser. I gave it 4/5 stars, only because the honey sometimes leaks from the top, causing some stickiness on the jar.
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Would be fine if actually worked.
by Edwin Georgi (1 out of 5 stars)
October 27, 2017

Ok at first I hated this thing, merely because I didn't look into how to fill it before buying, and finding out that you have to basically plug the bottom with your finger seemed awkward and inconvenient to me. But honestly, it wasn't bad at all, and ended up having no issue with this.

Then a few hours went by, and a great deal of honey already leaked out. This is exactly what the advertisement says DOESN'T happen. I'm a realist, a few drops a week would have been perfectly acceptable. But with this rate I have to empty the bottom every day! Now were talking inconvenience. I really don't think anything is defective with mine specifically, and I've tried to ensure it is sealed as tight as possible. This is just a clever but poor design in practice, and unnecessary. Honestly I just went with the top result, but a normal syrup/honey dispenser is just better.
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Adorable and less mess
by Cassie (5 out of 5 stars)
August 11, 2017

I really like this dispenser! The handle is plastic, so it's not real high quality, but I'm okay with that and I knew that from reading reviews. The instructions say to add hot water to the bottom, I don't. Mine does drip a little into the bottom so I use it to catch that. When I say little, I mean very little. I've been using it for about a week, and the bottom isn't covered yet. I use honey a lot, so it's nice to be able to dispense it right onto my spoon, less mess. It's not hard AT ALL to refill, you just have to plug the hole with your finger. People will complain about anything!! My mom saw mine, and now she wants one, I will probably get it for her. More than anything, I think it's adorable. I keep it out on my counter and I get many compliments on it! If it seems to thick, your honey might need to be heated up. Boil water, take it off the heat and place the jar of honey (not this dispenser!) in the pot. I cover it with aluminum foil to keep the heat in. After that it should dispense easily!
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by LJames (3 out of 5 stars)
October 12, 2018

My fault for going by picture & reviews & not reading the whole description. Got mine today and was VERY disappointed that the whole top mechanism is plastic. I assumed from the (misleading?) picture that it was a metal/sturdy. May be returning it, but may try it first to see how it does. I don't hold much hope the top mechanism will last very long. Trouble is, in this throwaway, cheap world, I can't find any in this style that is metal, or I would definitely return this & get that-- no matter the no doubt increase in cost.
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Hit or miss in quality
by Amazon Customer (3 out of 5 stars)
February 11, 2017

I ordered two of these so I could have honey at my workplace, but the first one I opened and used leaks severely from many places. The nozzle lets honey leak into the pot and somehow the pot leaks onto the counter. Also, there is honey that shows up on the top part of the dispenser and I can't figure out why.

HOWEVER, the second one is wonderful. This is why I'm posting 3 stars. The second one works exactly how I want it to. No mystery leaks, no stickiness anywhere! So I may have received a faulty product and I am planning to return the first product one I wash it.
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Inexpensive solution to a sticky treat
by Elizabeth Duckworth (4 out of 5 stars)
February 11, 2016

I've ordered three of these over the past 25 years, and only once did a unit come with the small cap that fits over the opening at the base of the upper dispenser, this one is one that did not come with one. I'm still keeping it, it's inexpensive and works well and it's no big deal. I just put my finger over the opening when I fill the unit and I never fill it to the top because I love different types of honey and change frequently. One suggestion;

with a damp cloth wipe the top of the base so the is never any sticky residue. Years ago I picked up the top to pour, the base was stuck to the top and when I noticed it, it was over my granite counter top, you can guess the rest.....shattered in a thousand pieces. I've never had a problem with the top being plastic and I always wash the entire unit by hand.
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Neat concept, but flawed design.
by Ernie Turner (2 out of 5 stars)
June 29, 2017

Neat concept, and cute but a few design flaws. First...it leaks. After about 15 minutes the bottom was full of honey. So I followed the direction and put 1/3 warm water in bottom...and in 15 minutes had warm water and honey in the bottom. This makes for a mess. Next, there is a design flaw. How do you put the honey in it? You take off the lid to pour it in, but when you remove the lid it opens the hole in the bottom. So you are forced to either but a finger over the bottom to keep it from coming out (which my wife hated me doing, something about not being sanitary :o) Or you have to balance it on something sanitary and the base is only about the size of a dime. I returned it
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Its a Honey Granade!
by NaNa Na NaNa (4 out of 5 stars)
February 12, 2018

This is a pretty neat little unit, plus it looks like a honey grenade so that's a plus too! Definitely keeps things clean. One problem is that it dispenses very slowly which is great for tea but not ideal for cooking when tablespoons are involved. Another issue is in the filling which won't be that frequent. The stopper is attached to the lid which is off during filling so while the filling is happening the honey can leak out unless there is a finger or something similar there.

Overall, I love this product though, it looks good, is a good size and I'm very happy with its functionality.
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For $7 I love it. I wish the chrome part was metal ...
by Probly Hall (5 out of 5 stars)
November 4, 2017

For $7 I love it. I wish the chrome part was metal (it's 100% plastic). I would gladly pay double if it was all metal, knowing it would last for many years. The glass part is very thick and nice though. I think the glass would survive a drop on the floor, but the plastic portion would not. Also the top button area is not sealed at all. I tried to wash some honey off the top of it and water poured into my honey, it's very open. If you have a problem with fruit flys you may want to cover this up when not using it. Once again, for $7 it gets 5 stars.
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Perfect in so many ways. Great gift for honey lovers.
by NC608 (4 out of 5 stars)
October 6, 2017

I am a beekeeper and am always looking for clever, useful honey related items. I bought one of these over a year ago for my own use. Recently, I bought 5 more to pass along as gifts to good customers. I like them that much. Yes the top is plastic rather than metal, but the rest of the unit is glass. Yes filling it is a bit tricky, but all you have to do is hold your finger over the bottom hole while you pour honey in from the top. From that point on there is no stickiness involved. I do NOT recommend filling the bottom section with water to "keep the honey from crystallizing" as recommended on the packaging. That simply creates a possibility for spills where there was none before. And honey doesn't crystallize that quickly anyway.
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Just buy this - seriously
by partlom (5 out of 5 stars)
September 5, 2017

I was completely intrigued with this honey dispenser because I have honey bees and lots of honey. However, I saw that the same exact picture was used for several sites. This seller claimed to sell a glass container for $3 less than the plastic dispenser. I thought "no way!" At least the base is plastic- right? NOPE. This entire dispenser is glass. It is awesome- so awesome that I will probably buy a bunch of them to give as gifts with my honey. Seriously, they are that nice. So if you wait too long to press the purchase button and find they are all gone, it is my fault. 😁

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