The color is green/brown and very saturated dark. The shading on Rhodia and Moleskine papers are different but looks very nice on both of them. This is the color I was looking for. It is more green I think then brown.
I had no trouble with the flow of this ink in any pen I used. Drying time in the Moleskine is 3-5 seconds which is great I think. On Rhodia paper it takes a lot longer, at least more then 15 seconds with my Lamy (broad).
Can't read it? Here's the translation:
"Noodler's Burma Road Brown
This is my Lamy Alstar (broad) filled with Noodler's Burma Road Brown.
It is a great color for anyone who wants to write with a dark color that is not black. I think it is more green then brown.
In this Lamy broad nib the ink flows great. The drying time of this ink is remarkable short on this Moleskine paper.
This Noodler's is certainly not Moleskine proof, but is a great writing ink for every day with a short drying time.
Noodler's ink costs about $ 0,14/ml
The bottle contains about 3 oz. (All you Americans is that about 90ml?) Watch out opening the bottles of Noodler's for the first time. They are full to the edge. The bottle has good heights witch is great for large nibbed fountain pens.
None - Moleskinefriendly
To bad this ink is not Moleskine friendly. It leaks trough even my better Moleskines.
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.