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Greentings! MB Irish Green is my absolutely favorite green ink. However, the surplus of this ink in local boutiques is unstable and they often don’t have it available. On the other hand, the famous international store, where I frequently make purchases doesn’t carry MB inks. Could you please advice an ink similar in color and shading to the subject? In the first place from the range of Diamine, J.Herbin and other major brands present in Europe and the UK. (no Noodlers though! these inks are out of my reach) Thanks!
A Note About My Ink Reviews: All of the images in my reviews are scanned at 1200dpi on a Brother MFC-J6720DW in TIFF format, converted to A4 at 300DPI in Photoshop CC, and saved as a compressed JPEG. All scans were edited on a color calibrated ASUS PA248Q with aΔE<3 to ensure maximum color accuracy. TL;DR: The colors should be as accurate as is possible. Not having a suitable green (well, any green at all) in my ink collection, and not having any Montblanc ink to speak of, I decided to pull the trigger on a full bottle of Irish Green from Amazon. Rarely do I ever feel like bu
A fine bonnie green ink. This is a bright medium green with a good amount of shading. For those of you who haven't been to Ireland in person, this looks like the landscape does most days in the summer. If any ink I've come across could be called Irish Green, this is it. Flow is good. As could be expected from Montblanc, this seems like a very low-maintenance ink. Quick drying. There seems to be a nice dark core that stays behind in water while the brighter green color washes away. Now, does anyone out there have any ideas where I can find a Guinness colored ink?