- As a German brand WMF is known for its versatile stylish range of products and reliability in quality and finish. For over 160 years WMF has been making cooking, dining and drinking a real experience whilst maintaining professional standards and progressing manufacturing technologies.
Spices must be freshly ground to achieve their full aroma because they release their volatile oils during the grinding process. WMF has developed the Ceramill spice mills based on pepper mills, and the spice mills are equipped with a long-lasting ceramic burr grinder also. The degree of grinding can be steplessly adjusted by means of an adjustment knob to give the spice the desired consistency. Spice mills have a glass container making it easy to monitor the level of contents at a glance. The container is easy to fill and dishwasher safe. The top comes in Cromargan®: stainless steel rustproof 18/10, oak wood or high-grade synthetic material. The grinding mechanism on all the spice mills is at the top and therefore leaves no traces on the dining table. In addition, the aroma lid protects the grinding mechanism and retains the fresh aroma of the spices.
The classic, straight shape of these square-handled pans highlights the work of design agency Metz & Kindler, whose credo is no frills, simply good cooking – which is virtually guaranteed with the Cromargan® Trend series. Whether simmering slowly or flash frying, this indestructible material can do it all. The heat-resistant glass lid with stainless steel rim sits firmly and lets you keep an eye on what’s cooking, while the wide pouring rim makes for drip-free pouring. The large handles ensure a firm grip and stay cool on the hob thanks to a cavity inside. With their TransTherm® universal base, the pans are suitable for use on all hobs, including induction. All pans can be cleaned in the dishwasher. The series includes deep and shallow casserole pans between 16 and 24 centimetres in diameter, a deep stockpot and a saucepan – all complete with lid.
|Guarantee||10-year guarantee on the ceramic grinding mechanism|
|Designer||Metz & Kindler Produktdesign|