I have quite a soft spot for dark green inks. So when I was shopping around for inks at La Couronne Du Comte, I couldn't resist picking up a bottle of green ink. As It was the first time I actually got around to buying Diamine inks, I decided to go with Diamine Evergreen to satisfy my need for more green ink!
And that choice turned out to be an excellent one! It's funny how, even if you own over sixty different inks already, new purchases never look like something you already own. I honestly had my doubts about getting this particular color, as I thought it would be an exact replica of Sailor Jentle Tokiwa-Matsu, which turned out not to be the case. (I didn't picture the Tokiwa-Matsu swab below, but it is a bit lighter, which makes the shading a bit more prominent, and it has sheen which evergreen hasn't)
Evergreen is a fairly subdued dark green. I guess it could be categorized as 'Green-Black', as it's quite a lot darker than what would qualify as a 'normal' dark greens (Kaweco Palm Green for example, as seen above, apears much lighter compared to evergreen). On the other hand, it isn't washed out like J.Herbin Vert Empire (Even though I really do enjoy that one!). Diamine Evergreen makes for a nice intermediate: dark enough for daily use, but still with a splash of color to it.
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