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  1. Storm

    I love the same two as you do – I have a couple of bottles stashed from their previous release….might have to add to that!

    Bit disappointed you haven’t taste tested these inks… 🙂

    Love the photos they give a really good idea as to the wonder of these inks. Thank you.

    • wonderpens

      I have not yet started tasting the inks, haha! Thanks so much for reading and taking the time to write – glad to know I am not the only one who likes the darker inks 🙂

    • wonderpens

      Glad to hear of another kindred spirit! I’ve always loved warm and brown and earthy inks 🙂 Hope you get a chance to try a few!

  2. J.

    I don’t even own a fountain pen yet but I’m so pumped about these ink choices! This is the first blog post of yours I read and I quite enjoyed your writing style.
    Hoping to stop by the shop tomorrow to pick up my first pen and selection of ink samples!!

    • wonderpens

      How exciting! Congratulations are in order 🙂

      Hope you really enjoy your first fountain pen – it’s a rabbit hole, especially with all of the inks! And a selection of ink samples is the best way to go about it, lots to choose from, and each ink has its own sort of personality. Hope to catch you when you visit! 🙂

  3. Lily

    Tokiwa-Matsu and Souten are regulars in my rotation. I may have to add Chu-shu to my collection as it looks to be a regular professional colour when you glance at it, but then upon closer look it’s just a little different to make it stand out against the standard blue and black.

    • wonderpens

      Tokiwa-Matsu and Souten are favourites of mine, too, and I know just what you mean about Chu-Shu, being very dark. I love these sorts of inks that can give a bit of a double take – hope you get a chance to try it, let me know what you think! 🙂

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