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Scents of Australia Blackstone Inks have released a set of inks called Scents of Australia. FPN member Jamerelbe has already done a set of reviews on them, as has member Lgsoltek, so I thought I would do a comparative review, between the six inks, and a couple of others for comparison. The six inks are Australian Bush (khaki green), Blue Gum (dark teal blue), Blue Cypress (greeny blue), Red Kunzea (red), Wild Orange (orange) and Brown Boronia (brown). The scents are floral, but apart from the Wild Orange (which has a citrus-y smell) I can’t vouch for the accuracy of the other scents. The
While a nearby stationery shop was closing, I was just going through their archives. I came across a bottle of 59ml of Hero washable Blue ink. Since I was needing blue ink for professional work and the shopkeeper was keen to rid off it because it had stayed in the shop for round about 8 years, he gave me for about 30 INR(~0.5 USD). The ink was fairly vanilla in nature, royal blue nothing home to talk about. It is a fairly dry ink having flow properties of Pelikan 4001 inks. The one good thing was it didnt show through or bleed through in any of the copier papers I used. What was curious was
Dear Fellow Fountain Pen Users, I have just discovered that some of my roses in my garden have a sweet aroma to them. I have scented my papers with incense sticks every time I send a letter to anyone. But I'm getting a bit gitty now discovering that I can have rose scented paper! I don't have a girlfriend, nor do I plan on finding one anytime soon. What I do have is a surprisingly large circle of lady friends, for lack of a better phrase, that I do know very well and send letters too. I also correspond with my older brothers and every now and then, a stranger. So the question must be