Cole & Mason Rechargeable Mill Gift Set
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Seasoning is made simple – and stylish – with this set of rechargeable mills from Cole & Mason. Designed for ease of use, both mills grind with a touch of a button so you can season food quickly and efficiently with just one hand. Made of brushed stainless steel with carbon steel and ceramic grinding mechanisms, they're crafted to last and require no batteries; simply plug them into an outlet to recharge.
- Made of stainless steel.
- Gently press top button to grind.
- Adjust grind from fine to course at base of each mill.
- Pepper mill's carbon-steel mechanism grinds peppercorns smoothly and easily.
- Salt mill's stainless-steel grinding mechanism is engineered to resist corrosion.
- Mills come prefilled with salt crystals and whole peppercorns.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 1 3/4" diam., 8" high.
- Made in China
- Use & Care
- Protect mills from excessive heat and moisture.
- Wipe exterior with a damp cloth. Dry thoroughly.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by headupduck from Do Not Recommend We bought our set a little over a year ago, and they worked great. The pepper mill started slowing down, needing a charge. It won't hold a charge. I contacted Cole & Mason, and they no longer offer this item. And they appear to no longer offer rechargeable mills. I think that's a pretty sure sign that these mills are a waste of money.Date published: 2019-09-03Rated 4 out of 5 by Larry from Best table sized automatic pepper & salt grinders I received this wonderful set as a gift and am thoroughly enjoying it. I am a lifelong aficionado of pepper and a devotee of Kampot pepper of which I have several variations I acquired in Cambodia. I have accumulated and used an unusual number of pepper mills, not a collection per se just more than normal. I use both ceramic and steel pepper mills. I greatly favor adjustable ceramic mills such as this one from Cole and Mason. With a few exceptions steel mills have suffered a wide decrease in quality during the last few decades. I am getting on in years and these electric mills are a welcome relief for my hands and wrist. I have tried various gadget mills that operate by pushing plungers or squeezing levers, but have always returned to the traditional rotating grinders to get the best results. I have a lineup of ten small clear mills filled with: black peppers, white peppers, dried red peppers, sea salt, and Himalayan salts. Most people can make do with two pepper mills one filled with black pepper set medium coarse for meats and salads, and a second filled with white pepper set very fine for cream soups and eggs; of course one more set for cracked black pepper is handy for roasts and steaks as is another set for medium fine white pepper for vegetables and fruit. You can quickly see how I came to use so many grinders and I did not speak to red peppers, salts and a few spice medleys. Pepper mills should only be filled with a small amount of pepper at a time, many people overfill their mills allowing the pepper to dry out over time loosing too much of its pungent and aromatic nature. And the wonderful smell and taste of fresh ground pepper is why we have pepper grinders in the first place. I like to add pepper throughout my meal. This mill’s push button ease is addictive. I want several sets to revamp my pepper and salt line up. Digressing a bit. The king of spices black pepper is the most abundantly traded spice in the world. Like any commodity quality varies significantly. If your pepper does not list a single country of origin it is likely of inferior mixed or unknown origin and like any generic product is not of the best quality. If you love pepper acquire some Kampot pepper from Cambodia. Kampot is both a town and a province in Cambodia it is also a geographical designation similar to Champagne in France. Prior to WWII Kampot pepper was widely recognized as the best black pepper and on the tables and in the kitchens of fine restaurants world over. Black pepper has been exported from Kampot since the 1400’s by the Chinese and later to Europe by the French. Conflict caused it to fall into obscurity for over fifty years. It is available online now; it was not in 2001 when I first traveled to Cambodia.Date published: 2019-03-21
I bought this set from WS about 1 year ago. I love it, but the pepper grinder, despite being fully charged, will not grind. I get a slow grinding sound like it is out of juice, even after fully charging the device. Suggestions?