Elizabeth’s Favorite Unique Tool: West Elm Mini Juicer

updated May 13, 2022
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You may not think a juicer is super unique, but I’m telling you, this sucker was not easy to find. In my favorite posts of 2010 roundup, I mentioned a juicer just like this, pictured on another blog, and promised anyone who could find it a hand-written thank-you note. Well, I guess I owe one to Faith.

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I had done several searches for this type of juicer—on ebay, etsy, and the like—and only turned up the old-fashioned glass juicers that look like saucers with a reamer in the middle. Then Faith highlighted some of West Elm’s new kitchenware last week, and when I clicked on the site, there was my juicer.

Now, I need to stop writing about my cocktail habits so frequently around here, but the truth is, I do like a lot of lemon or lime juice in my drinks. And of course I use lemon juice in cooking, too, blah blah blah.


simple wooden reamer

It’s a simple design: reamer on top, strainer to catch the seeds, adorable little pot for the juice. And since it just came in the mail, oh, yesterday, I haven’t given it an exhausting workout. But I’ve juiced a few lemons, and so far, so good.

Form over function? Maybe. But it works for me. I might even name it.

Buy it: West Elm Mini Hand Juicer, $12