Best Spice Jars 2022

2023-01-09 21:55:47 By : Ms. Candice Mao

If your spice collection has been feeling a bit chaotic as of late, it may be time to invest in dedicated spice jars. While they might seem unnecessary, there’s no better way to store your favorite seasonings. Not only do the best spice jars help you maintain order in your cabinets, reducing the risk of ending up with three containers of cumin (two of which are likely expired), but they also keep spices fresher for longer. Some jars even double as décor.

The best spice jars you can buy right now are Williams Sonoma's Hold Everything Stacking Spice Jars, ... [+] which are airtight and stackable. Pickle Hourglass Jar

Best Spice Jars 2022

As far as your options go, Williams Sonoma’s Hold Everything Stacking Spice Jars are hard to beat. Not only are they airtight to seal out moisture and lock in the taste of your favorite seasonings, but they’re also gorgeous. That said, the right jars for you ultimately depend on your unique spice collection. For example, if you tend to buy spices in bulk, you need sizable jars—not ones than can only hold a few ounces. If you want to keep your spices on display, you might consider buying a vintage-inspired set or vessels that are designed to stay on the countertop. Or, if your kitchen is short on space, look for jars that are stackable.

When it comes to spice jars, you have tons of great options—which, conveniently, we’ve rounded up. Here are the ones that rise above the rest.

Capacity: 3/4 cup | Containers: Can be bought individually or in sets of 3, 6, or 12

These gorgeous spice jars from Williams Sonoma truly check all the boxes: Not only are they built to keep your seasonings fresher for longer, but they look great, too. Featuring internal airtight silicone gaskets, the grained walnut lids seal onto the glass jars tightly to protect quality. The lids also contain a hidden feature: They’re stackable, allowing you to save on space. And while you certainly could tuck these away in a cabinet, why would you when they display spices so beautifully? Boasting a 3/4-cup capacity, the jars can be purchased individually or in sets of 3, 6 or 12.

Capacity: 4 ounces | Containers: Set of 24

These glass jars are bestsellers on Amazon and it’s not hard to see why. For most people, they have everything you could ever need to organize your collection: 24 spice jars, shaker lids and airtight metal caps. They also come with waterproof, preprinted labels in three different styles—clear, chalkboard and blank labels—allowing you to create the look you want. There’s even a collapsible silicone funnel to help you fill (and refill) your bottles. And, at a little over $1 per jar, this set is accessible to most.

Capacity: 6.4 ounces | Containers: Set of 4

OXO’s POP storage containers are widely beloved for their special airtight seals—technology that is especially adept at maintaining the quality and freshness of spices. With these stackable containers, which are made out of BPA-free plastic, all you have to do is press the button on the lid to create an airtight seal; that same button also works as a handle for the lid. Another perk: the containers are dishwasher-safe.

Capacity: 16 to 128 ounces | Containers: Individual or sets of varying sizes

If you’re in the market for extra large vessels (that also happen to be chic), you can’t miss with these mold-blown glass jars that feature black walnut wood lids. Think of them as elevated Mason jars. They come in a range of sizes, ranging from 16 ounces to a whopping 128 ounces, allowing you to store extra large quantities of spices. You can also mix and match the jars to organize all of your dry ingredients—spices and flour alike—in uniform containers. Plus, airtight lids help keep moisture out.

Capacity: 4 ounces | Containers: Sets of 12, 24, 36, 48 and 60

With this set from Spiceluxe, customization is the name of the game. To start, you select the size of your jar set as well as the background color of the labels: white, rose gold, silver or gold. And about those labels: While the set comes with 60 waterproof pre-printed stickers for the most common spices (which are listed on Etsy), you can also ask the seller to create additional custom options. And that’s not all—that service is free of charge. Each square glass jar comes with a BPA-free plastic sift cap and a metal lid.

Capacity: N/A | Containers: Set of 6

When it comes to spice jars, you wan’t to make sure whatever you use is functional, but it doesn’t hurt if they’re a little chic, too. If you only have a few spices you want to funnel into pretty jars—and you want to keep said jars out in the open—then consider this set from The Pioneer Woman. While the actual embossed glass jars are beautiful, what makes this set a winner are the lids, which feature vintage-inspired floral designs. The metal closures also lend the jars a decidedly old-fashioned feel.

Capacity: 6 ounces | Containers: Set of 12

Featuring bamboo lids with silicone rings, these are some of the best wooden-cap jars you can buy. When you press down of the lids, the jars make a satisfying popping sound to indicate they’re fully closed to protect your spices. But the lids aren’t the only great thing about these vessels. Made from gorosilicate glass, the jars themselves are durable. Plus, they’re safe to put in the dishwasher, fridge and even the microwave. The set also includes 40 pre-printed labels, as well as a wooden tablespoon and teaspoon.

Capacity: 4 ounces | Containers: Sets of 24, 36 or 48

Have a lot of spices? No problem. With this set, you can get up to 48, 4-ounce glass jars that each come with their own shaker lid and bamboo lid. Also included in the set is a white chalk pen to fill in or erase any of the 67 reusable blank labels. And if you prefer pre-printed labels, this set’s got you covered: It comes with 480 options in three different styles. Lastly, the set comes with a silicone funnel to make filling the jars easier than ever.

Capacity: 3.4 ounces | Containers: Set of 12

With these oval glass containers, you’ll want to keep your paprika and cayenne on display. Featuring chrome clamps and tight-sealing gaskets, these jars employ a canister-style locking mechanism that simply looks cool. Once you’re finished with any given spice, simply refill the jar or toss it in the dishwasher for easy cleaning.

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