Danish Cast Iron & Oak Pepper Mill
Anything but run of the mill.
Our spices are getting the royal treatment, now that they’re calling this mill home. It comes straight from a Danish maker who was named Purveyor to the Royal Court of Denmark in 1915. Inside, there’s a ceramic grinder that’ll whiz through peppercorns, cumin seeds, you name it. And on the outside? That’s sturdy cast iron along with smooth oak wood. Keep it in the kitchen, on the table...anywhere that could use a modern touch, really. Just be sure to set it atop the matching salt cellar—the lid doubles as a catchall for any leftover flecks of pepper (who knew?).
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Oak wood, cast iron.
2.50" D x 7.25" H
Care & Notes +-
Oil the wooden portions of the grinder with a food-safe vegetable oil once per month. Apply a generous amount of oil & let sit for 10-15 minutes. Afterwards, wipe off with a clean towel. Let sit overnight for the oil to fully absorb once excess is removed.
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