How do you accurately measure small volumes of honey?

by Greg
(Indian Head, Saskatchewan)

I use honey to sweeten my coffee but I'm very picky about having a precise amount of honey per serving of coffee. What I'm currently doing is diluting my honey 7 parts honey 3 parts water but I can only do so much at a time because once you add water the honey will eventually ferment. Once this is done I can draw the honey into a syringe for an exact measurement.

I've search far and wide for a honey doser...some kind of tool that would allow me to accurately measure (to the millimeter) my honey but I can't find anything at all to do this.

Can anyone help?...perhaps some scientific device for measuring viscous fluids?

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