And it definitely lived up to my expectations! It's hard to explain why though, but to me it just seems like it would be the ideal standard for a Turquoise ink. And I have a few good reasons to say that!
Obviously, the ink itself is also great, I especially like the colour. It's exactly the kind of turquoise I expected it to be! It's hard to explain what it looks like, but if you think of 'Turquoise', this ink is most likely going to be exactly the same shade of Turquoise you imagined! If you ask me, turquoise can either lean towards blue or green, and this ink would definitely go towards a light blue. It is not as light as it looks like in the writing sample though, in real life it is quite dark really. (I hope this makes some sense, I realised that it is very hard to describe a colour!)
The ink has very decent properties, it has a good flow, it dries fast. It has a bit of shading, though not very much. And it also writes very smooth, almost as smooth as the Edelstein inks!
And surprisingly, it is also very cheap, at about 7 Euros/ 10 USDollars per bottle!