At first the ink goes down dark gray, but as it dries it has nice shading in a warmer dusky pink and olive green; an unusual but subtle combination. Like other Colorverse ink, it's...view more fairly wet and saturated but behaves well. view less
This ink is fascinating since it goes down a purplish brown and dries to a deep olive color. I find Colorverse inks to be well-behaved. I’m using this in a Pelikan M400 series pen ...view morewith a fine nib and it flows nicely on Rhodia and Maruman paper. The color is deep enough to be workplace-appropriate (if that matters to you), but still is interesting beyond a basic black or dark blue. view less
In my Japanese M nib, this goes down dark reddish-purple and dries to a dark olive green. I'm not seeing sheen as such, more of a color shift as it dries, but that may be due to th...view moree relatively fine nib. The dark green makes it a good daily writer for me, and the flow and lubrication are good. view less
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