We are almost done with reader request week, so today's ink is Anderson Pens Green Bay. Thank you to @havenhursthanks on Instagram for sending this sample over. Anderson Pens ink was made by Scribal Work Shop in Springtown, Texas. It is no longer available for retail sale, but Scribal Work Shop does still sell their own ink.
Green Bay is a medium-dark green.
When concentrated this ink turns black. I don't think it's sheen, because it really doesn't behave like sheen, but I don't know what to call it. After a week of drying, I can still smear it, and it still looks wet.
Let's take a look at how the ink behaves on fountain pen friendly papers: Rhodia, Tomoe River, and Leuchtturm.
Dry time: 30 seconds
Water resistance: Low
Show through: Medium
On 20 pound copy paper there was a little bit of feathering but other than that the ink behaved well.
I used a medium Pelikan M800 Renaissance Brown on Tomoe River paper. The ink had an average flow. There weren't any flow issues.
Overall, it's pretty well behaved. I like playing with discontinued inks to see how they perform. If you like this ink but can't get it anymore, give Robert Oster Eucalyptus Leaf a try.
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