The color is green/brown and very dark. It has a lot of shading. In my opinion it is more dark green then dark brown.
The flow of the ink is great great great (I really mean it :-D). A free flowing ink. In a Moleskine theirs a little bit of feathering. Also it shows some bleed through in more then one Moleskine. Drying time is about 3 - 5 seconds with a medium nib. On the other hand on Rhodia paper it takes more then 15 seconds. On Rhodia paper no feathering or bleedthrough.
It does smell after pinewood. But the smell is not strong. I only smelled it good out of the bottle. After writing with it on paper the smell is mostly gone.
Can't read it? Here's the translation:
"Montblanc White Forest
I filled a Pilot Namiki Vanishing Point (medium) with the limited edition 2009 of Montblanc with the beautiful name "White Forest".
It is a nice free flowing ink in this pen. In this Moleskine no feathering, but you can see some bleed through on the other side of the page.
The color is really great! A beautiful dark green. It has some shading which I like very much. It smells after a pine tree, but the smell is quickly away.
This ink is not cheap $ 0,55/ml.
A quick dryer! (on Moleskine paper)
The bottle contains 30ml. It's a shallow bottle I wonder if the Montblanc 149 fits in to get this ink. The design is great it shines great in the light.
None - Moleskinefriendly
To bad this ink is not Moleskine friendly. The color is great the flow is great. With a medium nib their were more then 4 out of 5 different Moleskines that showed bleed through.
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