Happy New Year to all!  I hope 2017 brings you a world full of color and nibs ^_^.  I felt that the new year is as fitting a time as any to conclude my Unicorn Ink Review 5 part series.  At the end of this review, you will have the chance to enter to win a 4-5ML sample of each ink I have reviewed in the series!  So lets get started!

  1. Edo-Murasaki
  2. Maruzen Athena Eternal Blue
  3. Kingdom Note Thysanostoma Thysanura
  4. Sailor Ishida Bungu Hakodate Twilight
  5. Kingdom Note Porpita Porpita

The final ink in the series is Kingdom Note Porpita Porpita, another ink in the KN Jellyfish series.  These inks are produced for KN by Sailor.

The packaging is the standard KN/Sailor Box with the horrid Sailor bottle.


The color itself was a breath of fresh air for me, as I have blue inks but none of this exact hue.  I have been noticing that since I am attracted to the same colors, I tend to have many inks that have the same attributes, this was an exception.

For this review I decided to ink up my new Lamy LX Ruthenium M nib.


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I would say that the color is similar to Robert Oster Bondi Blue, but it has a different kind of shading, and this ink has no sheen that I could see.  No sheen!  That is usually the kiss of death for me, but oddly I think this color does well without it.  It is a very upbeat blue, and reminds me of the deep ocean, perhaps where the jellyfish reference comes in?

Now for the fun part!

Giveaway!

Prize:  4-5ML Samples of each of the inks featured in my 5 part Unicorn Ink Review Series


How to win:

1.  Comment here with what your favorite color in the series was and why.  (2 Entries)

2.  Comment on the FPN FB Post. (1 Entry)

3.  Comment/Share the IG (squishy.ink) post regarding this giveaway. (1 Entry/1Entry)

4.  I appreciate all subscriptions, let me know if you already subscribe!  (1 Entry)

Open to USA.

Winner will be chosen 1/6/17 @ or after 7:00PM HST.

***note: I derped and ordered vials that you can’t fill directly from, so you will need a syringe or other container to fill them from. I have photos of the vials on the blog.

Good luck!  I hope whoever wins this will have as much fun trying these inks as I did ^_^

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