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IMG_4443  Some of the Noodler’s flavours you’ve been waiting for.  We’ve been accumulating requests for the last few weeks, holding off to make sure we got everyone’s vote in, and our order has arrived. You can see our Noodler’s Inks here.

Here are our new colours, some that have been requested, some we just thought we’d try out.

#41 Brown
Standard Brown
V-mail Burma Road Brown
Rome Burning



Noodler’s Apache Sunset

Apache Sunset
Black Swan in English Roses

Midnight Blue
Navajoe Turquoise
54th Massachusetts

Blue Ghost


Noodler’s Black in 4.5 oz


And we also have Black in the 4.5 oz bottles!

Of course, if you are interested in any colours, please let us know and we’ll get it on our next order. There are just so many colours, so we can only hope we’re getting a good mix of your favourites and ones you haven’t tried yet!

Leave a comment or send us an email info@wonderpens.ca!

Ink Review: Rohrer & Klingner Leipziger Schwarz (Leipsician Black)

Roher & Klingner’s Leipziger Schwarz (Leipsician Black) was one of the first inks I got when I first started writing with fountain pens. I like black inks, and I really like a lot of things about this black ink in particular.

Rohrer & Klingner is a German company who makes all sorts of inks and fluids for lithography and calligraphy and writing.



Rohrer & Klingner Fountain Pen Ink – Leipsician Black

I wrote with a black Kaweco Sport in a fine nib, which is generally a smooth writing pen, and on Rhodia 80gsm paper. I like the look of the bottle itself, which may have actually been one of the original reasons I bought the ink…but now of course I know better, and know that you can’t judge an ink by its bottle.



On Rhodia paper, no feathering and no bleedthrough, but it’s great paper, so you might get a some feathering on copy paper.

The ink is pretty heavily saturated – I get a nice dark line, which I love, without too much shading. The little shading you might see in the close-up writing sample is probably more to do with my inconsistent writing pressure. It’s smooth in my Kaweco pen, which is generally a good writer with most inks.

It’s not a waterproof ink, with a pretty long dry time – with a wet nib it could take up to 15-20 seconds to dry – so probably not the best for lefties or working in the jungle.

You can see some hints of blue or charcoal in it if you’re writing with a very dry nib, but it’s a great black for everyday writing or for the workplace.



La Plume Etoile on the whole line of Rohrer & Klingner Inks
Fountain Pen Network Review by Mafia Geek