Individually prepared by hand in 30ml glass bottles, Birmingham Writing Ink delivers an exquisite writing experience while each bottle shares a unique part of our Pittsburgh history.
I have a lot of "murky greens". My favorite green ink is De Atramentis' Maron, of which I have two precious bottles, but it doesn't officially exist as a green! Either it's been reformulated or my bottles were from a "bad" batch, because the newer bottles are just a nice ashy taupe (similar to Birmingham's Winky's Hamburgers!). In terms of color Birmingham's Arugula is the closest thing I've found yet. It's only just green in a brownish, greyish way. It's not cold (Fern Moss I consider a cool grey with green hints!). Drab, but milder than Olive. A greenish taupe? I haven't given this a thorough workout yet (hence the hesitant four stars), but in terms of hue I'm delighted! . . . also, weirdly enough, surprisingly water resistant!