Saturday, May 5, 2012

Combo Rita Mill from William Bounds Review

Party of 5 was sent the William Bounds Combo Rita Mill to review.

The Combo Rita Mill as you can see is such a cute,colorful little thing. But it packs a nice punch.

These were our previous salt and pepper grinders. They are quite tall and it would drive me nuts that if they were in the center of the table I would constantly have to move them due to the fact I couldn't see the person I was talking to.

Check out that size difference. The William Bounds Combo Rita Mill is 4.5 inches tall and our old ones were about 10in. tall!

What I love about this is that the salt and pepper are in ONE mill. No need to have separate mills any longer :)

the Combo Rita Mill features a trendy compact design that saves space by combining a pepper mill and salt shaker in one stylish unit. Add the flavor of freshly ground peppercorns with just a twist; then give the mill a quick shake to dispense salt. An exclusive three-step adjustment ring allows anyone to easily choose from a fine, medium or coarse grind. The exclusive stainless steel/ceramic milling mechanism crushes peppercorns rather than grinding them, for fresh flavor. It features no interlocking parts so the mill will not jam or wear out.

To add your salt or pepper all you simple have to do is unscrew the little silver nob at the top of the mill and fill what you need.

peppercorns into the bottom

Salt simply gets poured into the top

It's really that simple. Not to mention the colors are really fun for the spring and summer months.

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1 comment:

Christa said...

Love the colors!...and that it's made in the USA!