J. Herbin Caroube De Chypre 1670 – Ink Review

Hello Friends! The Goulet Pen Company kindly sent me a sample of the newest edition to the J.Herbin 1970 series of inks, Caroube De Chypre.

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*Diamine Oxblood scanned shows more red than with regular lighting (see photos below)

I’m not a huge fan of brown inks, but this ink has a warm undertone reminds me of old leather and has nice green sheen and sparkle. Although, I wouldn’t be able to get away with this ink at work, I think it would give a nice look to a letter without being too over-the-top colorful.

If you’re like me and own all the other J.Herbin 1670 inks, then this is a nice addition to the ink collection :)

Quick note: Particles in inks mean more maintenance if you use these in fountain pens! (Goulet Pens has a video on inks that require more maintenance on YouTube: https://youtu.be/nO3pREn4wro)

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Have you tried this ink? What are your thoughts?

Thank you for looking/reading!

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Images scanned in with minimal level adjustment (unless noted) and photos taken with Samsung NX mini (without flash).  As with any ink scans and/or photos I try to be consistent in color. What you see on your monitor might not be the actual color, but it should be a fairly close representation. I received this ink sample from The Goulet Pen Company for the purposes of review. All opinions in this review are mine, and are not bias based on how I received it.

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xo-Jane

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  • doze

    damn that ink is HOT !