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T&G CrushGrind Spice Mill, Black, 125 mm


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  • CrushGrind ceramic mechanism with lifetime guarantee
  • Fully adjustable mechanism
  • Grinds most spices, salt, pepper, even coffee
  • Upside down design prevents messy residues
  • Easy to fill
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand T&G Woodware
Model Number298
Item Weight240 g
Product Dimensions20.2 x 9.6 x 8.4 cm
MaterialCeramic
  
Additional Information
ASINB0013XTG58
Best Sellers Rank 7,969 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight240 g
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Date First Available7 Jan. 2006
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The T&G CrushGrind Spice mill is a versatile kitchen grinder, capable of grinding almost all dried spices. The spice jar is easily removed from the grinder and can be filled with any combination of spices enabling you to create your own personal spice blends and flavours.

The mill is fitted with a CrushGrind mechanism which carries a lifetime guarantee and is fully adjustable to give you coarse or fine grinding. The mechanism at the heart of the mill is ceramic so it will not rust, or oxidise food and is hard enough to grind pepper, salt and most spices. It will even grind Fenugreek, the hardest of all spices. The CrushGrind mechanism has been independently tested to an equivalent of 200 years of domestic use.

This Mill will fit onto all T&G mill rests.

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  • 1 x T&G CrushGrind Spice Mill - Black 125 mm

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    Customer Reviews

    4.6 out of 5 stars

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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John Ives on 17 Oct. 2010
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    Had one of these several years ago, slightly diffferent design. Still works but is showning signs of age.
    The grinding mechanism is the best of any mill we have had.
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    19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By accuracy's nice on 20 Jun. 2011
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    This is exactly what we wanted & it works brilliantly - & the lifetime guarantee is a most welcome bonus!
    When in use, it's the other way up to the picture, because the seeds/spices are put in the screw-off jar, then it's screwed back together, then it's held the other way up to do the grinding (jar on top, black end down), either over the food/ingredients or it could be on a board or plate, at an angle (because the black oval edge is at an angle not flat).
    The jar's opening is thoughtfully wide (3.3cm or 1 5/16"), making it easy to fill with a teaspoon (but, if in a hurry or have unsteady hands, a funnel could obviously be used).
    The coarseness is easy to adjust - for a finer grind, turn the grey cog (just visible in the picture, within the black oval edge) clockwise, which brings the 2 ceramic grinding parts closer together - when doing this, there's a ratchety sound.
    It's also possible to clean it completely (unlike most other designs), because the jar's opening is wide enough for a narrow-ish washing-up brush (or I find just shaking it with soapy water is enough) & the little grey cog can be completely unscrewed anticlockwise (fairly stiffly - wouldn't happen by accident!), which is the first stage of dismantling it & then all the grinding parts can be easily removed & scrubbed clean (so that no bits are left on to go rancid & taint the next batch!) - but
    WARNING: be careful to put the smaller pieces down in a safe place for cleaning (eg. in a small bowl), so as not to lose or damage the spring!
    To keep any beetles or flies out of it when it's not in use, standing as in the picture, I fix a piece of polythene over the black part with a rubber band - or it could be covered with cling-film.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Washbrook on 22 Oct. 2010
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    ... but we don't seem to be making as much use of it as i expected. it's a bit of a fiddle changing the contents, probably no more than cleaning a pestle and mortar, but if you leave something in it for next time the probabilities are that next time you'll want something else in it.

    but can't fault the idea or the construction and materials.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scott Rawlins on 12 Aug. 2013
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    I've bought a lot of different branded mills in the past, cheap and small plastic ones and expensive, big wooden ones from debenhams etc .. but in the end the salt one usually always gets clogged up too easy from steam off the dinner or boiling pan and the pepper one breaks due to inferior grinding parts ( even on the expensive big ones ), also you have a harder job finding a replacement to match the other when one breaks.
    The T&G CrushGrind has got to be the best thing since sliced bread, it has a lip around the top to stop the excess spice spilling all over the table or worktop when you put it back down (less mess.. yay!!), you can adjust how fine or course you want the grinder to operate at with a simple pull and twist of the little wheel on top , then grinding is as simple as twisting your wrists. i keep mine on the worktop near the sink and sometimes the water would splash up the back and flow along the counter to where the old style mills are standing and soak the openings at the bottom making it impossible to grind the spice out, but not with these as they have the opening at the top and a solid glass jar on the bottom. the salt one doesnt clog up anywhere near as bad as my old ones used to, but the salt does tend to stick around the inside of the lip .. this does not hinder the usage in anyway though so its a minor complaint.
    you dont need to buy individual ones for salt or pepper as they all have the same grind mechanism made of ceramic parts, so you could just put both your salt and pepper into one of these and save time :) , this also means if you ever broke one ( from dropping it etc ) then you can easily get another one to match it.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By happy kat on 26 Jun. 2012
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    Very pleased with this grinder, filled with mixed pepper corns and can get a nice coarse grind from it.
    Easy to vary the grinding level from fine to very coarse.
    So far so good and seems reasonably made.
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    10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Rasmus K. Weinhardt VINE VOICE on 25 Aug. 2011
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    Finally a spice grinder that really does what it's supposed to do! It grinds coriander to a very fine powder, even finer than my german WMF spice mill which costs twice the price. It also grinds fenugreek seeds without effort, but the real awesome thing is that it can grind asafoetida resin rocks (special spice for curries), which are hard and sticky, without clogging up. Perfect! Well worth the money.
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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Peter Johnson on 22 April 2010
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    Fast delivery and works well. Added advantage is that it's a manual operation rather than an electric model - so not paying extra for components.
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    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Heebee on 23 Aug. 2013
    I've had two of these, and though they do produce a good grind, neither has lasted more than a few months, as the grinding mechanism hasn't been able to deal with more exotic peppercorns.
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