Finally I am reviewing the ink that made me buy Krishna inks in the first place. Since I reviewed Winter in 2018 the web site for Krishna inks has been improved with respect to graphics but now has less information about the inks themselves. Currently there are over 50 colours divided into three groups sheening inks, bold vivid inks which I suspect means they are very saturated and iron gall. The list of retailers has been improved and increased and can be found here.
Krishna inks are handmade by Dr Sreekumar in Palakkad, Kerala state, India. Dr Sreekumar has been making ink since 2010 and he is also known for his pens and nib tuning. It does surprise me it has taken this long for an Indian pen / Ink manufacturer to make a name for themselves outside of India as there are a lot of pen / ink manufacturers there but product is not easy to obtain.