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As some of you may know Poland is one of biggest exporter of cosmetics, furniture and fruits. Chances are we'll get to be known as KWZ Ink country of origin :)

Hopefully more and more inkthusiasts know what the four letters - KWZI - mean. They mean good ink, saturated color. The fruit of the passion.

You can check Konrad's site here.

Cappucino is decent brown, however I'm not hooked by it. I have more interesting browns and this one won't make it to my micro ink cellar :)


Drops of ink on kitchen towel




Software ID


Oxford recycled, 90g, Kaweco Sport Claassic, B



Company notebook, Kaweco Sport Classic, B



Semikolon, Kaweco Sport Classic, B




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Mouthwatering... it's a good name.

Thanks for reviewing.

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Brown ink doesn't generally appeal to me but this is a mind changer.

Life's too short to use crappy pens.  -carlos.q

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Great review!

Fountain pens are my preferred COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM (in part because crayons melt in Las Vegas).

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I only bought this because I heard a rumour that it wasn't being made any more. I love brown inks, and this one shades magnificently. The colour does remind me of the crema on top of a well made cup of coffee.

"I was cut off from the world. There was no one to confuse or torment me, and I was forced to become original." - Franz Joseph Haydn 1732 - 1809
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Where are these rumors? Is this the only one or are there others?


I need to know of any KWZ ink that I haven't bought yet is going to be discontinued.


Even if it's information you can't share, you must! :)

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