Diamine Golden Honey is part of this year's addition to the 150th Anniversary collection. I purchased my sample from Vanness Pens. I had a hard time deciding what color this ink is. It's a yellow-orange, but I couldn't decided if it was more orange or more yellow.
Golden Honey is an orange-yellow with some shading.
In ink drops, the ink looks a lot more orange.
Dry time: 35 seconds
Water resistance: Low
Show through: Low
Ink swabs for comparison, left to right (top to bottom for RSS): Robert Oster Peach, Diamine Golden Honey, and Papier Plume Sazerac. Click here to see the Diamine inks together. Peach is just a little bit more yellow than Golden Honey, and Sazerac is just a little bit more orange. I think Sazerac is probably the closest.
Longer writing: I used a broad Vanishing Point on Tomoe River paper, which showed a little bit of shading.
Overall, this ink behaves really well, and is a nice color. It cleaned out easily, and is probably the closest match to Papier Plume Sazerac I've found so far.
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