There are more pens in rotation than usual, partly because I have several ink samples that only have droplets left, and I am in need of ink vials. It was with mixed feelings that I inked Sailor Jentle Rikyu-cha for one last time because it was a limited edition ink by Sailor. It is a tea color by name. When wet, it appears as dark green, but as it dries, the brown tone surfaces. Rohrer and Klingner Alt-Goldgrün is not a love-at-first-sight type of color for me, but it grows on me steadily. Maybe I should consider a full bottle. And yes, you see right, I have filled two pens of different nib sizes with Caran d’Ache Amazon. Now I really seem desperate of needing those vials 😉 The difference size nibs can show case a color in a different way, and that is one of the many fun facades of ink and pen. Don’t you agree?