Niagara Falls, NY, June 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Online retailer Kitchenzing.com (http://www.kitchenzing.com) announced today that it has added the Peugeot Tresses stainless steel salt and pepper mill set
to its product line. Available immediately, Kitchenzing customers will now be able to buy this braided stainless steel mill set for $170.99.
The mill set is constructed completely from stainless steel but, instead of the typical all-brushed look of most styles, the middle section of the Peugeot Tresses uses braided stainless steel to give a very different look and feel. Stainless steel products have been very popular in the kitchen for a few years. Now, top-tier manufacturers like Peugeot are using innovative design to break away from the generic styles common to lower-end brands.
“Our customers have been requesting more creative design styles,” says Christopher Hebert, President of Kitchenzing.com. “It’s not hard to find companies pushing the design envelope with cheaper materials, but it’s much more interesting when a trusted manufacturer like Peugeot can bring an innovative design to the market, while maintaining the quality its customers have come to expect.”
At the center of the mills is the Peugeot grinding mechanism – famous for its strength, as well as for its lifetime guarantee. Users can set the grind to their desired setting with a twist of the knob on top of the mill.
For more information visit: http://www.kitchenzing.com/product.php?pcode=SET5620SS
Kitchenzing.com is a leading provider of kitchenware and home entertaining products. Trusted brands include Peugeot pepper mills, Swissmar fondue sets, raclette grills, bamboo serveware and wine accessories, Metrokane corkscrews and barware, the Cobb BBQ Cooking System, Dalla Piazza kitchen tools, and Mauviel stainless cookware.
Peugeot of France created the pepper grinder in 1842. Often copied, but never equaled, the mechanism made of case hardened steel is designed to crack the peppercorns before the actual grinding process. The grooves on the Peugeot mechanism are individually cut into the metal and then case hardened, making them virtually indestructible.