Friday, February 11, 2011

Black Swan in Australian Roses

I recently purchased a new bottle of ink made by Nathan Tardiff founder and chief mixologist of Noodler's Ink.

The color is called, Black Swan in Australian Roses. (I assure you the name of the ink has nothing to do with the recent Hollywood film, Black Swan.)

The Ink takes its name from the unusual way the ink reacts to paper. The shading element of the ink runs from rose on the edges to burgundy to black in the center: hence the Black Swan in the midst of the Rose.

An ink that's pleasing to the eye is second only to a writing instrument that glides effortlessly across the page.

If you're a fountain pen user and you use bottled ink, as I do, I urge you  to purchase a bottle of BSIAR. It's good for everyday use or for writing a special letter to a special someone.

Clifford Jake Jacobs
Have Pen, Will Write
Scribo Ergo Sum

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