Spices For The Obsessively Organized Cook
Storing Spices, Salts and Herbs in a beautiful & Organized Tower
Unless you’re Giada or Ina – you’re likely have a mix of unsightly spice canisters scattered in your pantry or tucked away in a drawer not to be seen. When browsing one of our new favorite websites Food52, we stumbled on an elegant way to proudly display the spices you use and love!
The Salt Tower, Spice Tower and Peppercorn Tower are simple screw together storage containers that hold ingredients of all types from around the world. Not only is the storage clever, the actual contents are genius for trying salts, herbs and a variety of peppers you wouldn’t necessarily purchase in quantity.
The Salt tower contains:
- Bali Sea Salt: 10 grams
- Australian Murray River Pink Salt Flakes: 8 grams
- Maine Cherry Smoked Salt: 12 grams
- Hawaiian Red Alaea Sea Salt: 16 grams
- Himalayan Fine Grain: 12 grams
- Black Cyprus Sea Salt Flakes: 10 grams
The Spice & Herb Tower Contains:
- Fennel Thyme Salt
- Porcini Salt
- Sagemary Salt
- Caraway Salt
- Vanilla Salt
- Sumac Pepper Salt
- Aleppo Chile Salt
- Smoked Paprika Salt
And our Favorite, the Pepper Tower Contains :
- Tellicherry Pepper: 10 grams
- Szechuan Pepper: 6 grams
- Muntok White Pepper: 10 grams
- Comet’s Tail Pepper: 8 grams
- Asian Pepper (Wynad Black Pepper): 10 grams
These are a great way to try different unique ingredients in your cooking and store them nicely between weekend cooking experiments.
Available on Food52.com for $18-28 : Buy Online
Looking to store your existing off the shelf spices in a more elegant way and match the beauty of these towers, you can pick up similar canisters at craft stores or online at Amazon – Buy Here
The author Phil
Phil loves beautiful things! In nearly 15 years, he started several successful high end home goods companies and sold them when the time was right. Coming from a background of e-commerce and product selection for the luxury home goods market, Phil has chosen to use his eye for amazing things and share them with the world. Now Phil exclusively works with Best Of Modern Design to locate some of the most interesting products, designs, and artisans to feature. In his spare time, Phil travels to places to experience local food, drink and customs. He’s been to more than 15 countries and a half a dozen islands.