Fletchers' Mill Marsala Collection Salt Mill, Orange - 4 Inch
- Gourmet 4-inch Mario Batali black stain Salt Mill, hand crafted in New Vineyard, Maine
- Patented lock and grind grinding system; variable grinding; from fine to coarse; easily adjust to desired grind
- Salt mills feature and adjustable nylon crushing system to be used with dry salts only
- Family owned company, American made products, lifetime guarantee
- Sustainable wood and energy practices
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美国亚马逊： 153 条评论
Superior Mechanism, Because They Used Nylon2016年12月2日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I bought from a batch with an off color (a friend who has the Cypress mill has a nice bright lime green and I have a factory second in a greyish pea green) but the color is irrelevant. The mechanism is what you care about, if you are willing to pay this much for a salt mill. The thing that sets this mill apart is the use of a nylon mechanism. Many salt mills today use ceramic, which is wonderful, considering the slightly wet nature of dry salt, but the ceramic mechanisms used today are not really suitable for the large rock salt so many of us use, so much as for the pre-ground sand-like salt some people prefer. Rock salt can easily cause abrasions and wear away at the ceramic (which you then eat) where, in contrast, this type of nylon mill will wear down over time but not wear away. The nylon actually holds together very well and does not chip away in a microscopic powder. Rather, the nylon will, if using very large and very coarse rock salt, wear by being pressed and re-shaped, but, in contrast to the ceramic, will not shed nylon as the ceramic style sheds ceramic. For that reason, I love this mill. I have used two over the years (one from years and years ago when it was just Fletcher's Mill without the Batali logo) and a new one from the Batali line and the nylon mechanism has held up very well. My expensive European ceramic salt mills (I also had the top two brands) both wore down casting off powder until one actually chipped leaving a bit of ceramic in my food, and neither took more than a year to wear significantly. For the superior nylon mechanism, the Fletcher's Mill design is a winner. Good luck in finding what works best for you.
Very nice pepper mill, but not real mahogany2017年1月5日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I bought the mahogany 12-inch mill. It is very solidly made and feels comfortable in my hands. It works well, and provides a nice, even grind. My only complaint, and the reason for the 4-star rating instead of 5 stars, is that I thought I was getting a pepper mill actually made out of mahogany. That is not correct. The mahogany color is a stain. This is also true of the walnut mill; it is not actually made out of walnut. It was probably unrealistic to expect actual mahogany or walnut at these prices, but I think this point should be made more clearly on the amazon website. It is more clear on the Fletcher's Mill website, although still not entirely clear. Nevertheless, I am happy with the mill and intend to keep it.
Great but I suggest the larger size.2019年8月8日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Thing is beautiful, built well and works perfectly but I thought as a single guy the small ones would be plenty. If you cook every day you burn through the pepper pretty fast. Im going to just keep these at the dinner table and buy the largest for cooking.
Finally a peppermill that gives a fine grind.2020年2月9日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I did a lot of research before purchasing this because I have been let down by so many other peppermills. While my husband loves huge chunks of pepper, I like a more subtle fine grind. It is made in the USA and they say that there is a lifetime warranty on the grinding device, so that was a big selling point for me, otherwise I am not the type of person to spend this much on something that just grinds pepper. If I find that something goes wrong in the future, then I will keep this post updated.
Basic, Beautiful pepper mill.2015年6月19日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Beautiful Cherry wood grinder. The cherry darkens over time, and having a larger version of this same pepper mill, I can also say that it takes on a smooth sheen over time and use. I purchased this grinder to use at our dinner table. The larger version, I keep at our stove and have used for over five years - it is the best pepper mill I've used - consistent, easy to fill, easy to tune coarseness-wise. I have a handful of other mills stored away - some electric, some manual - but this is the one that feels right in my hand and which has become the only one I use.