Ink Review: Diamine Classic Green

Today I’m reviewing Diamine Classic Green ink.

Classic Green is a relatively new ink from Diamine and is what I would call an olive type green that leans more yellow than blue. It has become a popular ink within a short period of time.

It’s reasonably saturated and exhibits some nice shading. I found it flowed very well with all of the pens I tried it in, didn’t feel dry, and lubrication was nicely smooth across the page.

My review was written on Clairefontaine 90gsm smooth coated paper, that is not very absorbent, and I saw no spread, feathering, show-through or bleed-through.

Classic Green is not sold as a waterproof ink but showed a little water resistance.

I found clean up on hands and in pens was easy. No staining remained.

Nib Dry-out: Not noticed.
Start-up: Immediate.
Nib Creep / “Crud”: Not seen, even after several days in the pen
Clogging: Not seen.
Available in 80ml and 30ml bottles plus International sized cartridges from Diamine Inks and many other retailers worldwide.

Diamine Classic Green

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