De Atramentis Spätburgunder Ink review

Friday, December 4, 2009

De Atramentis is a great German ink manufacturer De Atramentis. They have a large assortiment of all kinds of ink. They have scented inks, inks based on whiskey and inks based on wine. I did a review of De Atramentis Dornfelder which was a great ink.
De Atramentis Spätburgunder

This color is a mix between De atramentis Dornfelder (purple-red) and Noodler's Cayenne (orange-red). Dornfelder is more red purple, Spätburgunder is more orange tending. This color has great shading. I live it when an ink has so much shading. It keeps the writing alive.
De Atramentis Spätburgunder

Just as the other De Atramentis inks it writes very smooth without hesitating. I wrote a written review with a Lamy Safari (medium). It was a joy to write with. I'm definitely going to use these inks in my work to accentuate or write things important on a page.
De Atramentis Spätburgunder

Written review
De Atramentis Spätburgunder
If you can't read it here's the text of the written review:

"De Atramentis Spätburgunder

I filled my Lamy Safari (medium) with De Atramentis Spätburgnder.

It is a color between De atramentis Dornfelder (bright red) and Noodler's Cayenne (tending to orange)/ The ink has great shading.

This De Atramentis ink does not feather or bleedthrough on this Moleskine paper. It is a great writing ink. Dryingtime on Moleskine paper is 7 seconds. On Rhodia it takes twice the time.

De Atramentis Spätburgunder costs about $ 0,19/ml.


I classify this ink as Moleskine friendly ink. I one Moleskine some bleed through dots where visible on the backside of the page. Great drying time of 7 seconds.
De Atramentis Spätburgunder
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