Thank you, Ajay. I just realized my haiku has 7 syllables in the top line lol ugh.
I really love that green ink. Iíve been looking at a new fountain pen with a flex nib but I donít know much about inks.
The interesting thing about that green ink is that it absolutely stinks of vanilla.
'Why is this?' I hear you exclaim.
Well, in 2015 when KWZ first began manufacturing inks they all smelled absolutely horrendous. A person would unscrew the bottle and recoil in horror as their nostrils were assailed by a hideous chemical stench. Following the inevitable bad press, KWZ added some sort of vanilla ingredient which makes any letters a person should write smell lovely. The smell endures in the words on the page for months, making them really good for love letters. 💌
Re inks in general: for some reason ink in the US is much more expensive than in the UK. It is actually more economic to purchase it from an English stationer and have it shipped over to you than it is to purchase from a US supplier. If you want any further information on the subject, ask DaisyGrace. She's the expert. 🙃
I'll now bid you a fond farewell and leave you with a link to some of the best green inks. https://www.jetpens.com/blog/The-Best-Green-Fountain-Pen-Inks/pt/142
PS You'll have to post a poem written with your flex nib when you have it. I don't have any such nibs and would be interested to see the results and hear what you think of them.