Stipula Verde Muschiato Green Fountain Pen Ink Review

Stipula Verde Muschiato – Ink Review

Stipula Verde Muschiato

Fountain Pen Ink Review

PenConklin Crescent Filler
Ink: Stipula Verde Muschiato
Paper: Kyokuto F.O.B. COOP – Dot Grid – B5

Notes: This is the first Stipula ink I have tried. First impression is that there’s some really cool shading going on, especially in the Conklin’s 1.1mm stub nib. As for the color itself, I don’t know how I feel about it. It’s definitely reminding me of Rohrer & Klingner’s Alt-Goldgrun and Diamine’s Salamander. The ink performs well, but it’s slightly on the dry side. I’m not a huge fan of the color, but it’s definitely less intense than the Alt-Goldgrun, which makes it easier to read. I definitely won’t be buying a bottle, but if you’re into the color, it’s not a bad ink by any means. Thanks for reading! This ink was also part of the awesome ink sample package that Azizah at GourmetPens.com sent over a few months back – so thanks again!

Pros:

  • Nice shading
  • Unique color
  • Smooth writing

Cons:

  • Color may not be for everyone because it’s kind of ugly…
  • A bit on the dry side

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8 thoughts on “Stipula Verde Muschiato – Ink Review”

    1. Yuckkkkkkkk, yup, yup it is. I’ll think of that next time I write with it! I think I prefer Diamine Salamander as my go-to “disgusting” green ink haha.

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