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Sailor Jentle Four Seasons Rikyu-Cha Ink (50ml Bottle)

Sailor Jentle Four Seasons Rikyu-Cha Fountain Pen Ink (50ml Bottle)


 
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Sailor Jentle Four Seasons Rikyu-Cha fountain pen ink is smooth-flowing and specifically formulated to be safe for all fountain pens. Rikyu-Cha is a very deep dark shade of olive green that leans toward brown.

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Sailor Jentle Four Seasons Rikyu-Cha Fountain Pen Ink (50ml Bottle)

Sailor Jentle Four Seasons Rikyu-Cha fountain pen ink is smooth-flowing and specifically formulated to be safe for all fountain pens. Rikyu-Cha is a very deep dark shade of olive green that leans toward brown. The 50ml glass bottle features an internal removable ink reservoir that makes it possible to fill your pen even when the ink runs low. Cap the bottle, turn it upside down, and then turn it right-side up. The holes on the sides of the reservoir allow ink to flow into the reservoir into which a fountain pen nib can be submerged.


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Match for Traveler's Notebook Olive Edition September 7, 2017
Reviewer: Michelle Morin from San Mateo, CA United States  
I love this color and this ink. Rikyu-Cha perfectly matches my Olive Traveler's Notebook when used with a Pilot Custom 912 FA on the regular Midori paper. Performs so well it is my new favorite ink for journaling. Note, the FA is a flex nib; I have also sampled this ink in a medium point non-flex pen and it was still equally beautiful, though I think it appeared darker and more brown in the non-flex sample.

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More olive-gray than green June 29, 2017
Reviewer: Charles Bernth from New Cumberland, PA United States  
Is there such a thing as a bad Jentle ink? not for me. I would use this color in late winter, to match the lack of pigment in the woods and fields, and the flat gray light of the overcast days. Then, the first colors of Spring; John Deere green and Case red. The signal to move on to brighter Springtime  colors.

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Rikyu-Cha April 9, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Cobden, IL United States  
An interesting ink, I enjoy the subtle differences of this ink when used on various papers and in different pens.

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Fascinating Color, Great Characteristics October 23, 2016
Reviewer: Benjamin Hughes from Aloha, OR United States  
This is an ink I've been trying to get ahold of for a long time. It wasn't a color I thought I'd like but after trying a sample a year ago I fell in love. Unfortunately at the time no one had it, so I pined away for a year... until I got the notice that Anderson Pens was going to be carrying it!. I ordered my bottle the second it came in stock and just finished my first fill. It's a very unique murky green, but the thing that makes it really special is that it changes color depending on the paper you use. On the cheaper notebook paper I use for taking class notes in it appears a murky olive green, however when I'm using the nicer paper in my journal it may go down that color, but as it dries it becomes a beautiful brown. I've found the ink to be very well behaved indeed, and it's an ink I'd buy again.


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