Introducing Pepper Cannon by MÄNNKITCHEN
Most of us love pepper on just about anything we eat.
But Cleve Oines loves pepper more than almost anyone I've met.
Oines is an entrepreneur and a foodie who couldn't handle the daily grind of how much effort it takes to get a sufficient amount of freshly cracked black pepper on his food.
He was seasoning a few steaks one time, and it literally took him 70 cranks with a standard household pepper grinder to get the meat seasoned.
About 65 more cranks than he had the patience for.
His frustration led him to invent The Pepper Cannon. A pepper grinder that's most likely from the future.
The Pepper Cannon clearly leaves any peppermill, rasp, or grinder I've used in the dust.
And if it's dust you want, then it's dust you shall get.
Most pepper nerds know that a typical pepper grinder can yield particles with a mesh size of 12-28.
But with the Pepper Cannon, you can micron manage your grind from a coarse #8 for stocks or pickling liquids to the finest of size at over #60 mesh. Merely perfect for making sneezing powder and ruining your kid sister's sleepover with her dumb friends.
But if slipping Sally some sneezing powder's not your steez, Pepper Cannon can do much more than stimulate sternutation.
It's not just for pepper
Along with red, white, and green peppercorns, it will also make short work of coffee, cloves, coriander, fennel, and anise.
Although it has the ability to create the beginning of a coffee perfect pour-over or a brilliant blend of spices for braising, it's probably best to have one dedicated to peppercorns. Otherwise, your morning coffee might be a bit prickly on the palette.
Since I've started using the Pepper Cannon, I find myself enjoying pepper more than ever before. Dishes like this simple Korean beef bowl, or grilled Gochujang kebabs on the Kamado Joe simply taste better than ever before.
This grinder is literally the best thing that's happened to my spice cabinet since we got the memo it was safe and accepted to use MSG again.
Everything about it is built for speed.
- The sheer volume of fresh pepper you can quickly add to foods is astounding
- Filling and refilling the Cannon is simply done with a push-button cap removal system, so there's no pesky peppermill nut to lose
If the Pepper Cannon by MÄNNKITCHEN is a glimpse of what's in store for the future of our spice cabinet, the future looks good. Real good!
Learn more about this and other offerings at the MÄNNKITCHEN website.
If you're interested in purchasing The Pepper Cannon you can use Code: Firsttime10 for 10% off of your first purchase.
Since The Pepper Cannon was first reviewed in 2020, my pepper grinder performs just as well after two years as the day I received it. It has become our go-to device for all things pepper and I have donated my other grinding gadgets.
Mannkitchen has also added some additional products since this review was originally published. From durable spatulas to cutlery, and a garlic press that would make your Nona proud, these products are definitely worth checking out.
If you do decide to purchase one of their other cooking accessories, orders over $40 will receive free shipping.
What about Warranty?
What about Warranty?
I just received my pepper cannon. It is made of plastic. It appears that the grinder mechanism is metal but extremely flimsy. So flimsy in fact that it broke on the first turn to grind pepper corns.
So i went to my credit care statement to dispute the purchase. They say I have to talk to the seller and gave me a phone number. It is Pay Pals phone number. They did not answer and directed me too their website that made me update my PayPal account info. They say that there is no transaction. they do not recognize the transaction ID number. The do not recognize the Merchant Transaction number.
This product seems to be a ripoff
I just finished looking at results for the best pepper grinder. out of hunderds not one mention of the pepper cannon. thank tou for your view.