Here’s a tip for everyone who cooks:

Do you use a peppermill?

If not, why not? Pre-ground pepper from the store has half the flavor of freshly-ground.

When you cook a lot and grind a lot of pepper, the idea of not having to turn the mill 10 times is very appealing!

Small conveniences in the kitchen can make a big difference in daily cooking. That’s why we recommend the Kyocera Electric Mill for grinding pepper, salt—or spices.

It can easily grind coarse salts, wet salts, peppercorns or spices: celery seeds, cumin seeds, flax seeds, mustard seeds, sesame seeds and more.

The Kyocera Electric Mill is a one-hand operation with the flexibility to choose your grind, from fine to coarse.

It’s ultra-quiet, too: no jarring grinding noise.

  • One hand touch button to operate.
  • An adjustable ceramic grinding mechanism.
  • Easy to operate and refill.
  • Dial adjusts easily from coarse to fine grind.
  • A window shows the contents.
  • A matching stand catches residual grinds, for a total of 7-1/2 inches tall.
  • The grinding burrs are made from an advanced ceramic that will never rust*.
  • Stylishly attractive for the dining table, in black or white.
  • Powers up with 4 AA batteries (not included).
    Plus, it reducing fatigue from repetitive motion for people with arthritis, carpal tunnel and general overuse of hands.

    We’d been using a high-end manual mill, but the Kyocera Electric Mill has become a must-have tool we never knew we needed.

    In addition to easily changing the size of the grind, we love the one-handed operation. Just press the button!

    In fact, you may want more than one: Black for pepper, White for salt.

    See the mill in action here.

    In Black or White, $ 49.95.


    [1] The handsome electric spice mills are available in black or white (all photos © Kyocera).

    [2] One-handed operation. The stand (at right) catches residual grinds.

    [3] It’s attractive on the dinner table.


    *Ceramic is a pure material that is 50% harder than steel and close to diamonds in hardness on the Mohs Hardness Scale. The ceramic burr in Kyocera’s electric mills will last much longer than other materials and won’t flake or chip into the spices like an acrylic might.


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