Ever since I first inked Organics Studio Nitrogen, I have been intrigued by their inks. So far though, I have only used their super sheeners. When I say super sheener, I mean so sheeny that the base color is sheen and the actual color is more of an afterthought. CU Copper Turquoise was recommended by a regular in the Pen Addict Slack, so I figured I’d give it a shot.

The packaging is very bare, just a cardboard box with a sticker on it, the bottle a plastic type with a minimalist look. It is a generous 55ML size.

For this review I decided to ink up my Bungubox Sailor Vega and Altair – B Nib. It hasn’t gotten much action lately and how can a shimmery raden adorned pen be wrong?

Journal Entry:

Ink Blob:

This ink confused me a bit. I tried writing with it and didn’t see any sheen :(. But on the blob it had a pretty generous amount. After continuing writing for a bit I did notice that in particularly wet letters, there would be a silhouette of sheen mid letter not on the edges of lettering as I usually see. It definitely warrants trying in other pens, and I may have to revisit this at a later time.

The ink has a high flow, and a medium amount of shading. This will probably not replace any of my usual blue inks, but it is a bright and happy blue that I am glad I have a bottle of.

Not a sheen monster like Walden or Emerson, but with a charm of its own.

I leave you now with a photo of some Conid Caiso surgery!