kiki grinders


For some reason, I’m having the hardest time reading this post’s title and not laughing. “Kiki Grinders” sounds like the name of someone who might star in an adult film or possibly serve hot wings in tiny orange shorts. But Kiki grinders are actually these beautiful new salt and pepper grinders from Tom & Lincoln at YooStore. Their adorable animal chopping boards were a favorite of mine this summer, and these new designs are no different. I love their sleek look and would happily test out the Danish-made “crush grind” mechanism they feature inside. If you’re looking for a nice gift for the foodie in your life, you can check out more info and pick up a set right here for $106. xo, grace


  1. Alexandra says:

    Haha so true about the ‘adult’ thing. Love these though!

  2. Wendy Kelly says:

    And, um, actually, kiki is a Hawaiian baby word for poo….just to complicate things a bit more…

    But I love these grinders, so who cares? : )

    1. grace says:

      wendy

      are you serious? man, these poor salt & pepper pieces just can’t win ;)

      g

  3. Barbara says:

    Thanks for showcasing these. They are beautiful but do note that the $53 price tag is per shaker and not for the set.

    1. grace says:

      barbara

      yikes- sorry about that. that certainly is steep. i just changed the price to reflect the set price.

      grace

  4. Barbara says:

    Yes, but their beauty and functionality won out over the price tag – I bought a set as a gift and I am sure they will be well recieved. Thanks again for bringing such wonderful objects and ideas to us via your site – it is always a treat to check out each new posting. Enjoy.

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