Peugeot Paris USelect Pepper & Salt Mill Set
The première peppermill.
Peugeot is nearly synonymous with peppermill. The classic French brand has been making the highest-quality mills since 1840. You’ve likely seen the iconic design in the hands of your favorite TV chefs, on the tables of scads of restaurants, and on the counters of the smartest home cooks you know. Join the legions of Peugeot loyalists and find out for yourself why they’ve achieved cult status.
We created our own modern pairings of Peugeot’s classic USelect shape for a little contrasting twist: the tall, dark mills are for pepper, and the lighter, short mills are for salt. Bonus: it makes it easy to remember which mill is which! The patented grind control system (with 6 levels of coarseness) is made of virtually unbreakable steel for fragrant, perfectly cracked pepper exactly to your liking. The body is made of PEFC-certified beech wood from French forests, and is comfortable to grip while you grind, so have the rest of your ingredients for cacio e pepe at the ready. The mills are marked with "S" or "P" on the metal cap, so you won't get them mixed up. Choose from a glossy white and black set, or a classic natural and chocolate pair.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
PEFC-certified beech wood, stainless steel grinding mechanism
7" is 2.24" in diameter x 7" H; 8.75" is 2.32" in diameter x 8.75" H
Care & Notes
Do not expose to water. Wipe with a soft dry cloth. Never use any cleaning agent or detergent on mill.
All Peugeot mills arrive pre-filled with either salt or pepper.
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