Since Noodler's Waterproof Burgundy is no longer around, is there any waterproof (or incredibly water-resistant) burgundy ink on the market??
There was a waterproof Noodler's Burgundy? Drat ! I missed it.
Oh, and if you can find it, Swisher had a waterproof burgundy.
Oh, was that the above referenced Noodler's waterproof Burgundy? I bought some Swisher Pens Burgundy ink, I think, but it wasn't waterproof. I'm pretty sure it was at the non-bulletproof/eternal price point, but then I'd have bought it a long time ago.
Oh, what about Noodler's Red-Black? It's a burgundy and it's waterproof.
I'm not sure that I'd call Noodler's Red/Black a Burgundy. But then I bought mine a long time ago. Nathan may have changed the formulation since then. I use that ink as my primary "outdoor" ink. I have it in a Sheaffer Javelin and I take it out with me. I'm a bit protective of my fountain pens and take only some of them out of the house. The Noodler's Red/Black I have is one of those mixes where the red color will wash away but leave the black ink totally legible. It's a tamper-evident ink.
Thanks for the writing sample. I wasn't aware that the red component was also water resistant. Usually just the black component is with those semi-bulletproof noodler's inks. That's my problem with Black Swan in English Roses.
Yes, unless the formulation has been changed the Red/Black is as you've described. It's a really nice ink though .