Ferris Wheel Press inks are creative and fun fountain pen inks handmade in Canada. We have loved getting familiar with their ink line over the course of this year.
The latest color to drop is Queen and Castle. This new ink is part of Chapter 7 of the Ferritales collection from Ferris Wheel Press.
Our customer care manager, Adrianne, had a chance to test out this ink. Read on to see what she thought of yellow-green ink with added rose gold shimmer.
Queen and Castle goes down on paper as a gold color, and then dries more green. There was lots of shimmer both while writing and when dry, so a broad or stub nib would be a great choice when writing with this ink.
It does write somewhat dry, but then dries quickly, so that’s another reason a broad, stub, or flex nib would be a great choice. It is not waterproof, so if that’s what you’re looking for, we recommend trying a different ink.
Packaging & Availability
The 20ml miniature globe-shaped bottle is a perfect, petite size to keep on your desk. The round glass bottle features Ferris Wheel Press’ signature hexagonal brass cap. An air-tight secure cap locking mechanism helps to prevent leaks. The neck of the bottle is wide enough to accommodate most pens.
If you’re not ready to commit to a full bottle, our 2ml samples are a great way to test out an ink, or to use when traveling.
Queen and Castle reminds us of the colors we see in the fall, so now is the perfect time to give this new ink a try!
What do you think of this ink? We have lots of other ink reviews here on our blog.
The Goulet Pen Company Team