Pen: TWSBI 540, Medium Nib
Ink: Rohrer and Klingner Morinda
Paper: Rhodia dotPad
Notes: This ink was part of Goulet Pens’ Autumn Leaves III Ink Drop.It’s not my favorite of the bunch, but if you like the shade, it’s probably worth checking out.It’s a well behaved ink and looks nice in the TWSBI 540. It has good lubrication and flow. In past experience, I’ve found Rohrer and Klingner inks to clean out of pens relatively easily. The color reminds me most of Diamine Monaco Red. Enjoy.
4 thoughts on “Rohrer and Klingner Morinda Red – Handwritten Ink Review”
I’ve been using this one, too, and it looks a little like ketchup to me.
I agree, I’m really not the biggest fan. The writing experience is nice, I’m just not feeling the color.
It’s a nice red, but not exciting.