Pennonia Mustvörös Young Wine
5320 South Shackleford Road
Little Rock AR 72204
Pennonia Mustvörös (Young Wine) is an unsaturated wine red with medium shading. It dries in 40 seconds in a medium nib on Rhodia and has an average flow. Pennonia is a Hungarian company.
Must is also known as Young Wine, so technically this ink is a must-try for everyone! (sorry for the bad pun)
This ink actually got inspired from Máté's childhood. For literally half of his current life, he has lived with his grandparents and his granddad used to always make wine from the grapes he had all over the yard.
Well those grape vines were dug out after being there for over 30 years as they are completely redoing the yard. So on one hand, Máté chose this color so he can remember the good old days (nostalgia is one hell of a drug, and you get more addicted the older you get) and on the other because must is really really really tasty! He looks forward to each autumn so he can get some before it turns into wine. Even if you don’t try the ink, you must try must!
About Pennonia Inks:
All Pennonia inks are created by hand using high quality ingredients, precise measurements and a pinch of passion for writing and inks in order to bring you, vivid, beautiful colors to write with. They are designed to work flawlessly with your favorite writing instruments, offering a smooth, pleasant writing experience. Pennonia inks can also be customized with different color shimmer powders based on your preference.
Each bottle is hand labelled using Clairefontaine Clairmail 60 g/m2 white paper and the bottles themselves are pharmaceutical grade amber glass bottles to protect the inks from UV light.The wide mouth of the bottle (4 cm) is excellent for filling any kind of fountain pens and reduces the changes of accidentally tipping them over when filling.
All inks carefully packed into, simple yet beautiful boxes to keep them safe during transport right until they reach your shelves.
|Ink Name||Mustvörös (Young Wine)|
|Country of Origin||Hungary|
|Dry Time||40 seconds in a Pilot VP medium nib on Rhodia|