Black ink really matches the somehow off-white pages of the Moleskine paper. It gives a nice classy impression. In my work I use the squared large notebook. For journaling I use the large ruled Moleskine.
In the written review:
"Saturday, july 4th, 2009
I filled my Montblanc Meisterstuck 149 (fine), with Noodler's Black.
The ink is the most praised ink on the internet. I was very curious how it would do on this Moleskine paper. The ink is black and I mean very black! I love it!
My Montblanc 149 is a wet-writer but Noodler's Black does not show any feathering or bleedtrough. The ink takes about 20 seconds to completely dry.
Noodler's Black will be my number one in this pen for daily use, in combination with Moleskine paper.
If anyone tell's you Moleskine paper sucks and you are afraid to use it........ well let me tell you their are great combinations of pen and ink that make great combinations to use this wonderful black book. Yes people are right when they are saying Moleskine paper is not good with all foutainpen-inks. It takes time to find right combinations.
In the picture below you can see no bleedtrough at all.
I now can understand all the praise this ink is giving. It writes very smooth. I also tested it in a Lamy Safari (fine) and Sailor 911 (medium). With this pens also their was no bleedtrough and the ink behaved like a wish. Noodler's Black in my number one ink in my Montblanc Meisterstuck 149.
“Noodler’s Ink” has the lowest cost per volume in stores that carry it and it's 100% made in the USA from cap to glass to ink. The ink with the catfish on the label symbolizes a southern sport that attempts to equalize the struggle between man and animal in the quest for a sense of fair play — and thus a fair price.