Microplane Unveils the Master Series of Graters

The Master graters will be available at retail this October
May 12, 2016Andrea Lillo

Microplane Master seriesMicroplane's new Master series
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark.—Microplane has expanded its collection of premium graters with the introduction of the Master Series, a group of handheld graters crafted in walnut and stainless steel.

In four paddle-shaped designs and a rasp-style zester, the Master Series features Microplane’s most popular blade styles: fine, ribbon, coarse and extra coarse. Available at retailers nationwide in October, the four paddle-shaped Master Graters will have a suggested retail price of $29.95, and the rasp-style Master Zester has one of $26.95.

Offering contemporary design, durability and flawless performance, the Master graters are engineered with Microplane’s original stainless steel, made-in-the-U.S. etched blades and framed in sturdy, heavy-duty stainless steel. Made of wood sourced in the U.S., the oiled walnut handles are comfortable to hold. The four Master Graters have a convenient paddle shape design to maximize the blade’s cutting surface. The Master Zester sports a longer and narrower fine blade for cooks who prefer to create citrus zest using a rasp.

The graters also feature a wide non-slip bottom for stability when positioning the tool vertically on cutting boards, plates and bowls, and a reusable, protective cover for safe storage when not in use. A half-moon shaped stainless steel loop at the end of the handle also allows cooks to hang the graters on a kitchen wall or rack.

Andrea LilloAndrea Lillo | Fashion Editor

Andrea Lillo has written about a variety of topics, from beer gardens in Queens to kitchen design trends to residential caves. Having joined Home Furnishings News in 2006, she serves as Fashion Editor.


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