Montblanc ink Review
One of the readers of this blog site is an ink junkie. I'm sure this because We have gotten some of the most interesting, hard to find, minimal, and discontinued ink examples in my mailbox from him. Sometimes I have the heads up, and quite often, since ended up being the truth using this Montblanc JFK deep blue, they just show up.
I’m pleased it did also, since this is a fairly great ink. While it isn’t marketed as blue-black, one stroke with-it makes it obvious it is. The azure is deep, with nice grey undertones. It’s by no means a pure dark blue, that is what I would think an ink called navy blue would influence.
It reminds me a lot of Pilot Iroshizuku Shin-kai not just in how it seems, but in the way in which it shades and the method it carries out. There clearly was a great deal sublte personality with inks like these and I also genuinely believe that is just why I fall for them. Towards naked-eye they appear like an ordinary business ink, but upon deeper examination there clearly was a depth and uniqueness you don’t see in just about any blue ink.