Another ink from Nemosine, it is unusual for me to review inks from a company one after the other. I tend to have no plan or consistency in the companies I review. I swatched this ink at the same time I did my solar storm review and I just loved the colour. Information on price and where to buy can be found in my previous Nemosine review.
Nemosine pens first started to make an appearance around 2015/16 with the inks first appearing in 2017. The pens are assembled in the US but are made of components from around the word e.g. German nibs. The inks are made in Slovenia, there are 10 colours available and are all named after something astronomical. I bought my inks from Birmingham pens where they cost $USD7.99 for 35ml (22.8c / ml) making them very reasonably priced even with conversion rates and postage to NZ. I haven’t found the inks for sale anywhere in Australasia and as per my comments in a previous post customer service etc from Birmingham pens was excellent.
Sailor as most pen aficionados would know make some very good inks, in fact most Japanese inks are very good. They have recently released a new range of 100 colours that are not named just numbered. The inks were apparently chosen from over 20,000 that were custom blended by Sailor inkmeisters at Ink Studio events. Personally I suspect there is just some reworking of older Sailor inks though these do handle slightly differently than my other Sailor inks.