The color is just what the name says, army green. It is a green with great shading. Kind of camouflage green.
The ink is writes very smooth and writes great in my Lamy Safari Lime (medium). On moleskine paper the ink is dry in 5-8 seconds. On Rhodia it takes longer then 15 seconds to fully dry. I also tried this ink in a Pelikan M1000. That is also a great combination with this ink.
Here's my written review.
If you can't read it, here's what it says:
"Noodler's Army Green
I filled my Lamy Safari Lime (limited edition) with Noodler's Army Green.
First impression, what a nice shading! On this Moleskine paper their is no shading (I meant feathering ;-D). Also no bleed through on this fine paper.
On Rhodia paper it takes more then 15 seconds to dry. On Moleskine paper it is about 8 seconds.
The ink flows nicely but is not to wet.
Great ink and color!
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Yes it is Moleskinefriendly. But with a real wet-writer like the Pelikan M1000 (fine) their are some dots on the other side of the paper. Dryingtime in a Moleskine is acceptable.
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.