Aurora Bottled Ink: Aurora Ink bottle available in blue, black. The ink also comes in a beautiful 45 ml glass bottle. Aurora ink Black is a popular choice for fountain pen enthusiasts who love a very opaque black color. the Black from Aurora is deep and rich color with a generous ink flow, and offers a distinctive writing experience. Aurora Blue ink is an old favorite of fountain pen users. It is a midnight blue, meaning it is quite dark, yet more distinctively blue than most blue-black inks.
Aurora Bottled Ink
Aurora Blue is a beautiful deep blue ink, and its color deepens in intensity with every pass of the pen. We’ve been looking for an everyday blue bottled ink, this may be the ink for us. We use the Rhodia Desk Web notebook, as our primary notebook, and Rhodia paper has a long drying time. The benefits of using this paper outweigh the cons, but this means that we need inks with the best drying performance possible. so we were pleasantly surprised to see that Aurora Blue has a good drying time. Some lists Aurora Blue ink as having a very slow dry time, but we found the opposite to be true. We did notice that it took less than 12 seconds to dry using a a Pelikan M800 with a fine nib.
We loaded our Blue ink into a S. T. Dupont Olympio and gave it a go for a few days. It’s was just as good. In the other hand, Aurora Black also is an excellent, dense, true black ink. What really sets it apart from its competitors is it’s excellent flow qualities. Aurora Black, or Blue for that matter, is a good choice for a dry nib. In conclusion, any of these two colors will satisfy the needs of the most discriminating writer. Buy one and you will like the way you write!