I saw Bungubox Sweet Potato Yellow a few times on Instagram, and since I've never tried the brand, I though I would give it a shot. For some reason I thought the brand was spelled Bungbox, not Bungubox, so please excuse the missing u in the writing samples. Sweet Potato Yellow is a mouthful, so for the purposes of this review, I will just call it SPY. I got my sample of ink from Vanness Pens.
Sweet Potato Yellow ranges from bright yellow to orange.
The ink has a silver-orange sheen when pooled. The sheen reminds me of Sailor Jentle Apricot.
Dry time: 35 seconds
Water resistance: Low
Feathering: SPY didn't have any feathering on any of the papers.
Show through: SPY had low show through on all of the papers.
De Atramentis Mahatma Gandhi, Diamine Sunshine Yellow, and Robert Oster Peach. To see yellow inks together, click here.
First I tried writing with SPY using a Pilot 912 FA, and then a broad Vanishing Point Twilight, both on Tomoe River paper.
Overall, this ink is really well behaved and has a good flow, but it's a bit light for everyday use.
Disclaimer: I purchased this ink myself, and all photos and opinions are my own. There are no affiliate links on this page.