Rohrer and Klingner Verdura is a bright green German ink that comes in a 50ml bottle. This also is the last of all of the Rohrer and Klingner reviews for me! I’ve gone through the entire line in alphabetical order, and Verdura is the final color.

Verdura is a bright green ink, with a pretty average dry time of 20 seconds on Rhodia paper. The saturation is middle-of-the-road, but the shading is high, so you get some distinctive variation while you write (which I love). It writes wet, but won’t hold up well to water. The plus side is that it cleans easily out of a pen.

I used a Ruby Lamy Al-Star with a medium nib for this review, mainly because it’s a popular style of pen and the nib size is a good balance between dry time and shading ability.

Ruby Red Lamy Al-Star

Vibrant greens are always fun to use, especially as we start to think about Spring around the corner. Here are some other greens to compare:

Verdura comes in a 50ml bottle, and is available at GouletPens.com in both bottle and sample form. I do sell this ink, so read my whole review with that in mind and use your own research and judgment to determine which inks are best for you.

Check out the other Rohrer and Klingner reviews I’ve done:

Alt-Bordeaux
Alt-Goldgrün
Blau Permanent
Blue Mare
Cassia
Fernambuk
Helianthus
Königsblau
Leipziger-Schwarz
Magenta
Morinda
Salix
Scabiosa
Sepia
Smaragdgrün
Solferino

If you’ve used Verdura, I’d love to hear what you think in the comments below!