I ordered this mainly out of curiosity. I had looked at various scans, and read
many reviews on the internet, and still I could not figure out what it would
look like. Was it olive? Was it an olive that would shade to black?
The evening that it arrived, I loaded my Kaweco Dia and a Parker Frontier.
I found it to be a very well behaved, nice wet,... black. Oh well I thought,
black ink is good, easy to use up.
Then after a couple of days I looked at what I had written, and it looked more
like a dark olive!! Wow! The olive is like a secret between the writer and the
ink. This is what I would use if my teacher or a boss insisted on black ink.
Unless astute, he or she will never figure out that you are actually writing in
olive!! Pretty cool!