Better Tasting Food With Less Cranking

Get that delicate, aromatic punch of subtle nuttiness, combined with a powerful flavor of spiciness that'll coat your palate and literally get your mouth watering with just a few cranks

MÄNNKITCHEN PEPPER CANNON - 2
MÄNNKITCHEN PEPPER CANNON - 2
MÄNNKITCHEN PEPPER CANNON - 2
MÄNNKITCHEN PEPPER CANNON - 2
MÄNNKITCHEN PEPPER CANNON - 2

Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 1697 reviews

MÄNNKITCHEN PEPPER CANNON

Pepper your steak in 7 cranks instead of 70

10X The Output of Top-Rated Mills
1/2 Cup Pepper Capacity
60+ Mesh Grind Range
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Reviewed by Margaret T.
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Rated 5 out of 5

It really is a pepper cannon

This has so far exceeded my expectations My only complaint is that I needed my magnifying glass to read the instructions to set the mill up for my own personal grind. Well worth the effort. I have bought 2 more as gifts and am recommending this to all my friends

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Rated 5 out of 5

Pepper grinder

Best I’ve ever used!

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Reviewed by Jerome P.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Works really well!

It works as advertised. Very easy to use and it really speeds up the prepping process for me.

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Rated 5 out of 5

You need one!

Just the best!

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Reviewed by Kirk R.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Love the Cannon

There are not many items in the kitchen that you love to use. The Cannon is a true pleasure to use! I have since bought more of them for gifts.

It is expensive. Once you use it you will agree, it is worth every penny.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes it is. And a Ferrari is expensive compared to a Volkswagen.

The Pepper Cannon was engineered and built for performance and it performs exceptionally well. We could have made it less expensively, but it wouldn't be the same quality.

Hopefully one day we'll be able to order material in enough quantity to bring the cost within reach of more people, because no one should have to continue grinding pepper the old way.

That said, the Pepper Cannon will never be as inexpensive as ordinary mills because there's nothing ordinary about it.

We were tired of using stale and inferior pre-ground pepper because existing mills are slow, and we were tired of cranking ordinary pepper mills an excessive number of times to get small amounts of inconsistently ground pepper.

Maybe you are tired of those things too.

When you see top chefs using premium mills crank over 60 times for a simple dish, it means there's an opportunity to improve the experience.

Once we started working on the speed problem, it became apparent that other problems like filling, calibrating, and grind quality/range were also fixable.

We've ground pepper one way for so long that we're used to it, but now there's a better option.

For professional cooks it means better food made faster.

For pepper lovers it means finally getting the amount of pepper you want.

It's the difference between using fresh ground and musty pre-ground pepper.

It's using 15 cranks to pepper a side of brisket instead of 150.

It's the ability to get super fine and super coarse pepper from one device, in seconds.

It's the only pepper mill that will prompt you to say "Whoa" when you use it.

Two reasons.

Reason 1: The more comparisons we did between our prototypes and top rated pepper mills, the more it was apparent that there was no comparison. The Pepper Cannon is a different animal, so it gets a different name.

Reason 2: It's difficult to be upset when a product called the "Pepper Cannon" puts out a lot of pepper. With a name like Pepper Cannon, you know exactly what to expect.

No. There will be the exact amount of pepper you want, ground more consistently, in a fraction of the time.

If you want to decrease the output, either crank it less or adjust the pepper cannon to a finer setting.

* Unless you dial the pepper cannon wide open. Then there may be too much pepper. Use your new pepper power wisely

No, salt will corrode the stainless steel internals eventually.