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TWIST Nutmeg Mill
TWIST Nutmeg Mill
TWIST Nutmeg Mill

TWIST Nutmeg Mill

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SKU: M516.108383
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  • Description

    • Spice up your kitchen equipment with the elegant Twist Nutmeg Mill. The 4-inch tall salt mill, made of clear acrylic, offers a modern and stylish look with a clear view of the amount of nutmeg remaining, so you know when you need to refill. The nutmeg if pressed against a sharp plate with the help of a spring and 3 prongs for a precise grinding without wasting any of the spice. The ergonomic shape makes it easy to hold the mill while using it. The acrylic body is durable, and the stainless steel mechanism is engineered to resist corrosion for a high-quality nutmeg mill that will last a lifetime.
  • About this product

    • Nutmeg is a versatile spice that can be used in many different dishes, desserts, and drinks. Commonly used in the fall and winter for holiday treats, this spice also works well in soups, meat seasonings, gratins, and more. Spice up your recipes by grinding up some fresh nutmeg with this mill for a fresher, cleaner nutmeg taste.
  • Product Specifications

      • Made in France
      • Made with clear acrylic
      • Stainless steel mechanism, engineered to resist corrosion
      • Stainless steel crank
      • Height: 4"
      • Height: 1.4"
      • Weight: 0.3lbs 
      • Nutmeg included
  • FAQ

    • Are your mills made in France?

      Yes! Not only are our mills made and assembled in our factory in France, but we also source our raw materials from France. The beechwood used to make our Java mills, and several other products comes from trees sustainably grown and harvested in the Vosges region of France.

      How do the mills work?

      Whether you are using a pepper mill or a salt mill, the knob at the top of the mill will adjust the size of the grind. For a finer grind, turn the knob clockwise, or tighten it. For a coarser grind, turn the knob counterclockwise, or loosen it.

      How do I re-fill my mill?

      To re-fill your salt or pepper mill, simply twist off the knob used to adjust the grind and remove the top of the mill the center with salt or pepper. The Java mills do not come with salt or pepper included, so you will have to follow these steps once you receive your mill.

      How do I know which mill is for salt and which mill is for pepper?

      To determine which spice your mill is meant for, check the knob at the top of the mill. Salt mills have the letter S etched into the knob, and the pepper mills have the letter P etched into the knob.

      Is fresh ground pepper from a pepper mill better than ground pepper bought from a store?

      YES! Using a pepper mill to freshly grind your pepper is the best way to release the full flavors of the pepper to make your meals tastier than ever.

      My mill does not seem to be working right, what do I do?

      First, make sure that your mill is not empty, if it is then fill it with the appropriate spice and try again. Confirm that you have the correct spice in each mill. If you have any other issues, please reach out to our customer service team.

  • Use & Care

    • • Wipe clean with a damp towel when needed
      • Handwash when needed
      • Twist handle to release ground nutmeg
      • Ships with nutmeg included
      • Not dishwasher safe
  • Shipping & Returns

    • All our products usually ship within 24 hours, domestic only. Free ground shipping on all domestic orders of $69 and over.
      Returns are accepted on a case by case basis.

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