Grill '17 from Morsø is not just a world-class grill but also a beautiful furniture for the terrace, which broadens the options for exciting cooking out in the open. Grill '17 from Morsø consists of a “pot”, as well as a grill grate and a frying plate that can be regulated in height and moved, so you have the option to grill on different levels at the same time. Use your Grill '17 from Morsø to grill meat on the plate or grate at high heat — while bread and vegetables are heated on lower temperatures. Morsø Grill '17 has a lot of advantages. The cast iron surface has small pores that take in the flavour and fat from the meat and ensure the optimal taste experience. Morsø Grill '17 works amazingly with traditional coal, but you can also use logs and regular wood. Move the grill plate to the side and you will see that the “pot” works as a decorative brazier. Enjoy the cosy atmosphere and the good company with this beautiful and functional focal point.
This amazing grill is a coal grill that is built into a table on wheels. Wheels can be locked, so you are sure that the grill does not slide around with all your delicate dishes. The plate under the grill and the handles can be used for storage of accessories for your grill.
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Morsø has been the new black for over 162 years and they are known for their high-quality products of cast iron. Many also know them for their burning stoves, but in 2015 they launched a whole new series of kitchen equipment that makes the experience better in the kitchen and at the table, and which of course is produced of cast iron, like everything else from Morsø. In connection with this, it is funny to think that Morsø in its time started by producing pans and pots back in 1853. In 2012, Morsø launched their first outdoor oven Forno, which is also a charming model, excellent for cooking and already a known design icon. Burning stoves and furnaces first came around 1900, when Morsø started producing and delivering furnaces and heating appliances to schools, churches, railways, ministries and last but not least, the royal house. And in 1915 Morsø was seriously put on the map, when they got the amazing title of Royal Purveyor.