Ink in USA

What’s your favorite color?  Mine is brown. So when I bought a bottle of Polar Brown fountain pen ink I thought I would love it.  I thought it would be a rich chocolate brown color, but I was wrong.  Actually when I opened the bottle, it had this weird grayish tan-ish color.  But guess what?  The manufacturer is changing the formula to a dark brown color more true to the name Polar Brown.  So, I just placed an order for more Noodler’s Ink and I can’t wait to see the new formulation of Polar Brown.  Noodler’s Ink happens to be a brand of ink that I’ve grown to really like.  Maybe because it comes in over 100 colors, or something close to that number.  Or maybe because it’s 100% made in the USA from cap to glass to ink. Or it could be that cute little catfish on the label that intended to symbolize 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.  But I’m not the only one who likes it.  Many of my customers collect different colors and I ship bottles all over the country and even to places as close as Chicago.  So stop in and pick up a bottle or two or three.  They’re only $12.50 each.  And you just have to have Concord Grape because it looks just like grape jelly!


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