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Atypical for traditional salt and pepper mills, MENU’s Bottle Grinders are shaped like bottles to cleverly trick the user into engaging with the design in a playful and experimental way. Fitted with a powerful ceramic mill that makes light work of grinding a wide range of spices, Bottle Grinders are easy to operate, fill and clean, and the upright design ensures surfaces remain free from unwanted residue. Available in a range of colours and finishes, the collection’s most recent additions are carefully crafted from ceramic, featuring an ivory or grey matte glaze finish that displays small, deliberate imperfections for a handmade look and feel. The versatile kitchen accessories come fitted with a harmonising walnut wood lid.
Avoid placing bottle grinders in direct sunlight. Use a soft dry cloth to clean. For stains, use a light dish-washing soap. Do not use any cleaners with chemicals or harsh abrasives. To avoid noisy grinding, make sure the grinder is properly dry before refilling.
Each set includes two bottle grinders.
Advice from Menu on the preferred method of cleaning
After emptying the grinders we recommend, that cleaning is done with lukewarm water mixed with soap flakes while using a soft sponge. This will help clean to the grinder gently and make the matte surface reappear. Please make sure the grinder is wiped off with a clean damp cloth and thoroughly dried off before refilled with salt/pepper.
Colours: Bronzed brass with walnut top
Dimensions: H: 20,5 cm, Ø: 8 cm
Steel, Ceramic, Plastic, and Silicone rubber, Wood (Beech or Walnut), BPA Free
(Not dishwasher safe)
Designed by Norm Architects - “We wanted to steer far away from the predictable grinders and instead encourage people to experiment with spices, grains, seeds and all the other modern cuisine ingredients. The new powerful ceramic grinder allows you to be more creative, “says designer Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen” from Norm.
MENU is a Danish design company founded in 1976. They do design. All day actually. Occasionally at night as well. Collaborating with some of the most talented designers in the world Menu deliver high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look. They call it soft minimalism.