The Sergeant Pepper Mill


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A little military help for the daily grind!

The Sergeant Peppermill by Paladone is a funky kitchen accessory that can replace any ordinary pepper mill. It doesn't just look the part either, it's great at grinding pepper. Made from beech wood, the grinder itself is ceramic which makes it simple to clean.

The Sergeant Peppermill can be adjusted to give either a fine or coarse grind simply by tightening or loosening the knob at the top of his head. To fill the Sergeant Peppermill just unscrew the knob and remove his head.

The perfect gift for anyone wanting to add a bit of colour and retro styling to their kitchen.


  • Retro styled Sergeant Pepper Mill
  • Made from beech wood
  • Ceramic grinder
  • Fine or coarse grind setting

Product Details

  • Paladone

Delivery & Returns

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If I'm not completely happy with my item?

Please see our returns policy.


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Customer Reviews

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Fanatic fun gift, very useful easy to use and practical, looks good in the kitchen, Beatles fan or not! 5 stars

18 February 2014 by

Sergeant Pepper Cracks Me (& Pepper) Up!

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Do you want something cool for the kitchen but more importantly something that actually does the job it's supposed to? Then the Sergeant Pepper Mill is the smartly dress, mustachioed grinder for you. Standing proudly next to your cooker he's ever ready to add much needed flavor to the blandest of meals as well as making you grin like a loon. By a Sergeant Pepper Mill and cheer up your food and kitchen today!

10 January 2014 by

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Although the recipient of this gift is not a particular Beatles fan it went down well. More than happy with the quality. A good gift all round.

3 January 2014 by

Fun and useful

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I bought this as a fun present for someone who loves the Beatles. He will enjoy the play on words plus it is useful. It is colourful and attractive. I know he will love it. Great buy.

7 November 2013 by

Dad's gonna love it!

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Bought The Sergeant Pepper Mill for my dad's birthday. His latest hobby is cooking, and he loves the Beatles! Great product, really eye catching and works a treat. Looks great in the kitchen!

20 July 2012 by

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Not only does it efficiently add to the taste of my food, it also makes me smile each time I look at it. Great, fun product!

19 January 2012 by

The Sergeant Pepper Mill

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This novelty pepper mill was bought as a late Christmas gift, and the only downside was that it was not as big as I thought it was going to be. Apart from that however, I believe that it will still be appreciated as the mill is well made and nicely painted.

12 January 2012 by

The Sergeant Pepper Mill

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This is an excellent pepper pot. It's strange to say, but it delivers pepper excellently.

26 December 2011 by

The Sergeant Pepper Mill

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