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    Pepper Mill Suggestions

    Well it finally happened...our pepper mill finally broke and now I'm looking for suggestions 'cause this is one of my wife's favorite kitchen toys. She absolutely loves the smell and taste of fresh ground Tellicherry/Malabar black peppercorn. I would love to get her one of the best...OH and cool looking as well...not too much to ask is it? May have to get 2...one for the pink himalayan salt unless there is something better for grinding that stuff.

    Thanks y'all.

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    The Unicorn Magnum gets my vote. It's also under my Christmas tree.

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    x2 on Unicorn Magnum. More info in this thread, including link to very nice handcrafted mills:

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...ht=pepper+mill
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    Zassenhaus is my modest recommendation. I have two and they are the best I've ever had.

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    Unicorn

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    Lol. One more vote for the Unicorn Magnum. Got one and love it.

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    +3 on the Unicorn

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    another for the Unicorn Magnum. Have it, the Peppergun and a minimill.
    http://www.unicornmills.com

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    Cole and Mason.

    A real tank. Went through tons of pepper in service [each piece of meat and fish fried and seasoned to order]. Fell millions of times, got boiled in stock, been repaired, lost some lacqueer but still is working like buldog.

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    The day my pepper mill breaks is the day I buy a Unicorn Magnum.

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