Aurora inks come in three basic colors: blue, blue black and black. The bottle holds 45 ml of ink. Inks can be also bought in cartridges.
Aurora Blue is one of most recommended blue inks. I can see why as it's a problem free, low-maintenance ink. The thing is I find it mind-numbingly boring. So, even though it's a good ink, I don't use it. On the other hand if you enjoy such colors, Aurora Blue won't disappoint. It behaves well on most papers and offers excellent flow and wetness.
It's slightly better than Pelikan 4001 Blue but also 4 times more expensive (in Poland) - forced to use Royal Blue I would pick Pelikan or Waterman Florida Blue or, even better, J.Herbin Eclat de Saphire.
Drops of ink on kitchen towel
Discovery 70 mgsm copy paper, Aurora Ipsilon, factory stub
(The quote comes from Josiah Bancroft's excellent book Senlin Ascends. Highly recommended)
Leuchtturm1917, Aurora Ipsilon, factory stub
Edited by visvamitra, 23 July 2017 - 06:45.