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Noodler's inks are known for their affordability, wide range of colors, and good performance on more absorbent papers that are not normally fountain pen friendly. They are also known for their distinctive label art, featuring unique drawings that often reflect their creator's strongly held political and economic ideals. Dedicated to keeping prices as low as possible, Noodler's uses simple bottles and packaging, with boxes made of recycled paper. All Noodler's inks are 100% made in the USA.

This deep sepia ink with subtle golden highlights was created to celebrate former US Senator Scott Brown, who earned his seat in a landslide victory over the Democratic Massachusetts political establishment during the 2010 election.

Special Properties:

  • Bulletproof: This ink is water resistant on cellulose-based papers and resists all known tools of forgers, including UV light, bleach, alcohol, and other solvents. This ink may still be vulnerable to smearing when exposed to water.
  • Eternal: Made to resist the effects of time, this ink is archival, fade resistant, and unaffected by humid or acidic conditions.


  • This ink may come in either a glass or plastic bottle and vary from the bottle pictured.
  • Glass Noodler's ink bottles are filled to the brim with ink. If you receive this ink in a glass bottle, be careful when opening it to avoid spilling.
  • See this chart for a list of Noodler's inks and their special properties.

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This ink flows fairly...
November 8, 2010
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This ink flows fairly well, but dries quite a bit more slowly than my Heart of Darkness or my Eternal Hunter's Green. It bleeds a little bit (but not a lot) when soaked in water, and can occasionally be rubbed around even after drying. These are mostly not a big deal.

Note, though, that this is an incredibly dark brown. Even in a fine-nibbed pen, I find that I can distinguish this from black only under bright white light.
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