Ink Dips: Rohrer & Klingner Verdura

Rohrer & Klingner Verdura

Ink Dips is a more casual, and potentially moronic, ink evaluation than is normal here at Fountain Pen Follies. Instead of carefully evaluating an ink I’m interested in, the point of Ink Dips is to blindly pick an ink sample from a box of the neglected or nugatory. Then I fill that sample into one pen and see what I think. It’s an exercise that’s a bit dippy.

Rohrer & Klingner Verdura. There’s nothing wrong with Rohrer & Klingner Verdura, but I can’t say that it’s an especially interesting shade of green, either. I found this ink absolutely fine, even cheerful, but probably not the green for me.

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2 thoughts on “Ink Dips: Rohrer & Klingner Verdura

  1. What a great review this morning! You saved me the time of trying this one out. I loved the J. Herbin-Lierre Sauvage sample I tried a while back. Recently I tried a cartridge with the Kaweco-Palm Green. For some reason that color has really sparked my interest for a future bottle. Mont Blanc -Irish Green might also be in this color range, but a bit darker. I love your ink reviews/comparisons. The photography is always the greatest final touch for me. 🙂

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  2. Another nice review. Impressive to capture the slight feathering so well in your photo! Personally I have not yet ventured beyond Waterman Harmonious Green in the green inks department so it is good to see how these other greens look in use.

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