Our Marseille Mill crushes it. Literally and figuratively.
(This mill also comes in Medium size. You could buy one for pepper and one for salt if you want.)
The elegant lines are somehow both modern and traditional. French curves meet Danish design.
The Marseille body is made of solid Dark Walnut wood. It feels solid in your hand. (I can attest to this, because that's my hand in one of those photos over there holding the mill. Perhaps I should have been a hand model instead of an entrepreneur? Perhaps not.)
But Marseille doesn't just crush it in the looks department. It crushes it in the grind as well. It's outfitted with our favorite type of grinding mechanism made by CrushGrind that uses a ceramic mechanism. It grinds smoothly with little effort.
The grind is adjustable for coarseness by turning the dial on the bottom. To fill the mill, just pull off the top and pour in peppercorns or salt.
Yes, the Marseille Mill is our latest crush.
- Dark Walnut Wood
- Grinds whole peppercorns or Salt
- Top removes for easy filling
- Adjustable coarseness setting using dial on bottom
- Ceramic CrushGrind grinding mechanism
- 11.5"h x 2.75"dia. at base
To load peppercorns, hold bottom half and firmly pull the Walnut Wood top straight up and off. Fine tune grind coarseness using gray dial on bottom of mill.
Do not substitute other peppercorn or salt brands in place of Reluctant because you know I’ll find out. Do not pass go.
We normally ship within 1-2 business days after receiving your order.
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays are not business days for us. We need some rest too. ;-D
We put together a Shipping FAQs page if you’d like more details on what to expect.
Due to the pandemic, FedEx is no longer guaranteeing Overnight and 2 Day services, though they should arrive more quickly than other options. Remember, these items too require processing time, but we will ship these out first each day.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Would hate for you to be unhappy. The world has enough unhappiness. We're here to make you happy. Okedoke?