Friday, November 20, 2015

Modern Wood and Glass Salt and Pepper Grinder Set #kitchenclassique

This pretty Salt and Pepper Grinder set has a fresh, modern look that is perfect in my kitchen. The blond wood and glass set fits the my style perfectly. This modern glass and wood salt and pepper grinder set features a clean design that would also make a pretty gift. It is stylish and elegant enough for every day use.  Each set contains one salt grinder and one pepper grinder which can hold 3/4 cup of salt, peppercorns or any other spice.  It has a generously sized glass reservoir so you can choose your spices. Just note that salt and pepper are not included though they are depicted on the box and in the photos here.

This set was built for combined convenience plus function. The grind is easily adjustable from a fine to coarse blend. This set is a cinch to refill and doesn't make a mess like my old grinder. They are large enough that you don't have to constantly refill the salt and pepper grinders. These are the perfect size to cut down on constant refills without being bulky. When you do have to refill, the clear glass body will let you know when it's time. No surprises. The pretty wood top easily screws off revealing a wide opening for easy and mess-free refills. It really has a classic design too.  Take a peek at the wood and glass and look at the quality of the grinder. You can see this unique duo is a professional, sleek addition to any kitchen.  The top truly is the final touch for
 this beautiful set. No loud electrical grinders here means no batteries required--only a few effortless twists with your hand to experience that fresh Himalayan pink salt, pepper, or other spice.

You can pick up this elegant salt and pepper mill on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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