Divine Pink, You are Mine at Last
I've had my eye on this ink for over a year, read reviews, bought a sample, compared it to other dark pink inks and just couldn't forget about it. The bottle is beautiful, the cap is solid. The color is distinct, rich, striking and one I can use for many purposes, from writing personal notes to notations in calendars and jotting things down in an eye-catching color. I wouldn't call this a sober color at all; it's in-your-face and screams "look at me!" But it does it in a sophisticated manner, not junior high neon. I work in a library and wouldn't hesitate to use it on any given day. The only thing that would make this better would be if it dried a tiny bit more quickly on my Rhodia paper. No bleed through or ghosting, it produces crisp lines with a stub nib. I love it. In theory, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it, but I kind of want to keep it a secret because it's so distinctive and has a great "wow-effect."