Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Get Your Pepper On with Ozeri!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.


There’s just something satisfying about being in the kitchen, whipping up a meal, and taking out your pepper grinder/pepper mill to season what you’re cooking. It feels professional, or like you’re creating something extra special. Funny how little things can make the big difference, isn’t it?
Ozeri Takes pepper grinding to a whole new level with their attractive and sleek looking pepper mills. I think these would be a nice gift idea for a Christmas stocking or to add as part of a little basket you put together for a host/hostess of a holiday party this season. Or it could be a nice gift all on its own, especially for someone who loves to cook, has purchased a new home, or  just loves to add a little flair to their every day cooking.

These are all designed to function perfectly and look great while they are doing it too. There are four different types, and I’ll briefly explain them here.



The Ozeri  Graviti Pro Electric Pepper Mill and Grinder is gravity operated. To use it simply flip or invert to activate the effortless one-handed dispensing.  The durable and eco-friendly ceramic mechanism easily grinds peppercorns, salt and spices.

You can adjust the level from fine to coarse, and you can see through the top portion of it, to know how much you have (or do not have) left, and see the action of the grinding as it takes place. The top-mounted grind is designed so it won’t leave a trail or mess behind. The outside of the display container features an ultra soft, non-slip grip. This one looks great in your kitchen too!
I like that this one is operated by gravity. Never having to worry about batteries? Yeah, I like that a lot.



The Artesio Electric Pepper Grinder combines an adjustable ceramic grinding mechanism with a battery-powered engine for push-button effortless dispensing of your salt or pepper. It has an ultra-soft non-slip grip and a built-in light for low-lit dining areas. It is automatic and has an ultra-soft grip. It runs on 4 AA batteries (not included).

I like that this one has a light. I think that was a great feature to add. Nothing breaks up a romantic dinner faster, than having to turn on the light to season your food. ;)



The Ozeri Fresko Duo is both a salt and a pepper grinder with a twist that works by hand. It is made of stainless steel and acrylic, so it looks good in most any kitchen or on any table setting.  It adjusts from coarse to fine.

I like that this one allows you to have two spices in it. I’ve got my Himalayan Salt in the bottom of mine, and the peppercorns at the top. The pretty pink of that particular salt looks great in the grinder.



The Ozeri Savore Soft Touch Electric Pepper Mill and Grinder features a durable ceramic motor that easily grinds peppercorns, salt and other spices. It has an adjustable ceramic grinding mechanism on the front that never requires inverting. The non-slip grip is finger-print resistant so it stays looking pretty.  It also has a see-through container that makes monitoring your pepper level a cinch.

I like this one because it activates via a large push-down button. I think it looks great too.

Each of these Ozeri pepper grinders is great in its own way.  All of them can be found on Amazon.

Do you have one you like best out of the four?

37 comments:

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

I'd love that electric pepper mill. Fresh cracked pepper is great, but traditional mills make my wrist hurt.

Megan Elford {WelcomeToTheZoo} said...

I love the one that's gravity operated almost as much as I love the one with the light so you can see how much pepper is hitting your food! They've really broke the mold with these models!

Jeannette said...

I love kitchen gadgets. This looks like something that I would love to get! I will add it to my christmas list.

Liz Mays said...

These all sound really nice. The Duo would be a nice one to have for the dining room table.

Jennifer Van Huss said...

Those look like great grinder. I agree with you the one with the light is the best option!! What a clever idea!

alissa apel said...

I like pepper that is freshly ground better than the stuff that's already ground. I love this brand to. I have a pan of theirs. I use it every single day!

Pat Hatt said...

Little things, when there good and useful, can sure make a big difference indeed

alexandria waning said...

That looks really nice. Now that I see this, I'm realizing that I lost my pepper grinder. Hhmmmm...

Cheap Is The *New* Classy said...

I have been looking for a good pepper grinder. There is just no spice quite as tasty as fresh ground pepper.

Crystal said...

I am not really familiar with these products. If they are featured on Amazon I will certainly have to check them out for myself! Thanks!

Elephant's Child said...

My partner loves his pepper. I think a shovel would be his best bet to serve it though. And yes, he uses that much. All his food is black before he eats it.

Annemarie LeBlanc said...

Of course I would want the electric pepper grinder. Makes things a whole lot easier. Ozeri products are all of high quality and sometimes it is difficult to make a choice.

Dogvills said...

I have an Ozeri pepper grinder and I'm in love with it. It really is an awesome brand.

Sandee said...

I want one of these. The older I get the harder this is to do with the manual on. I want one of these.

Have a fabulous day. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. ☺

Kristi Maloney said...

I love my pepper! (Salt too!) I would love to try the electric grinder by Ozeri.

stevebethere said...

I do like freshly ground pepper electric pepper mill even better :-)

Have a peppercorntastic week Rosey :-)

Ai Sakura said...

They all look so sleek and chic!! I'd love any 4 of them hahaha

Happy Thanksgiving hols!

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Wendy Knowlton said...

I need to get one of these for my mother. She would love the soft touch!

Ricci said...

I would love a pepper mill!! I don't have one but I do love freshly cracked pepper!!

Wood Arts Universe said...

I want this electric pepper grinder at home. It makes things easier at the kitchen.

Mistee Dawn said...

I have one of these pepper mills and I love it! Works so good!

Christy Garrett said...

I love fresh ground pepper. My husband doesn't care for it though since it isn't fine enough.

Risa B said...

These looks really nice. I've never tried pepper from a pepper mill before and I've always wondered how that worked. Thanks for your post!

Amber Killmon said...

I need one of these, especially for pasta. I have been craving freshly cracked black pepper a lot lately.

Autumn Blues Reviews said...

We have many Ozeri products but not this one. Would love a pepper grinder too. They make wonderful, quality products.

Lynndee said...

They all look nice and neat. My husband always prefers his pepper freshly ground, but the grinder that he has is not electric. Bet he'd love to have one of those.

Tracy Iglesias said...

The one with the light sounds like a fantastic idea! :)

Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

Deal Match Maker said...

I've heard about them before.. I think they make a good kitchen scale.. Great products!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I just broke my Ozeri grinder (dropped it. oops!) I need to put a new one on my Christmas wish list!

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

Ozeri always has the best brand for anything we need in the Kitchen. I love this idea I mean - ground pepper always works for me, haha!

Shaney Vijendranath said...

I so need to get one.My old one lasted 3 years. I love the one with the light.

~ Noelle said...

I like the one that has 2 spices!
How neat is that??

Krystal Butherus said...

That looks like a really cool gadget for my kitchen. I could certainly use that!

adriana nudo said...

We have this! I LOVE it! SO simple and lasts so long!

Lisa said...

I totally need one of these. OUr last peppermil broke and we haven't replaced it yet.

Mimicutelips said...

My friends that love to cook would totally love this gift.

Peachy @ The Peach KItchen said...

I'd love to get an Ozeri Peppermill for my kitchen. How much does one cost?