6 oz. Glass Spice Bottle
Nice for what I need them for
I bought these to put some of my dried herbs from the garden into as well as the bulk aisle at the store. They are not a bad price and are the perfect size for what I needed them for. The con is that the lids tend to pop open during transport. If you don't plan on travel with them they are a great purchase. :)
February 18, 2014
This size spice jar was impossible to find. I buy many spices in bulk and this size holds a good amount. It costs more than the smaller spice jars, but it is worth the price. The only downside is a measuring Tablespoon is too wide and will not fit through the opening. Also make sure the lids close correctly -- some of them would not stay closed and would pop up. I bought some Avery labels at the office supply store and printed them on my computer to label the spice jars. My spice drawer is the envy of all who see it!
November 3, 2012
I live where there is an abundance of bulk food stores, so most of my spices come in different size flat plastic containers. I really wanted to get them organized and into uniform containers without spending a fortune. I bought several of these and several of the 3 oz size. I had some Avery removable (Post-It type) labels so made my own labels for the bottles which I can easily remove and change as my spice collection changes.
The lids seem fairly flimsy so I wonder how they'll hold up over time after they get opened and closed several times. They feel less sturdy than the tops on the spices you'd get from the grocery store. But for the price, I wouldn't mind having to buy replacements over time.
They're big enough to hold the spices I use a lot of and they're big enough to fit my tablespoon measuring spoon in. Overall, I've quite satisfied with these containers.
January 23, 2012
Sharing our Spices!
My mom and I share spices that we purchase from Costco. Not only have we saved quite a bit of money, but the area I store my spicesin is nicely uniformed and organized! We have also used these for small portions of salad dressings, oils, and vinegars between the 2 houses. I've also used them for powder sugar for pancakes/waffles and cinnamon sugar
Non food uses have been
* lavendar bath salts
*sand and small seashells from beach vacations throughout the world
June 4, 2011