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Bayou Berry Mist

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Embark on a leisurely boat journey alongside the esteemed Madam Mulberry, traversing the mysterious waters of the bayou. Let the rippling waters spin tales of hidden mysteries while Spanish moss forms nature's tapestry overhead. With each graceful row, Madam Mulberry becomes one with nature's melody, inspired by the deep berry toned of the water. Let the murmured secrets of the swamp stir your imagination and ignite your artistic pursuits.

Ink Tone: Berry Purple
Characteristics: Alluring, misty, intriguing


• 38ml ink reservoir
• Rich and saturated tones
• Water-based and compatible with all fountain pens
• Signature brass cap

Once Upon a Design

Notable design details:

  • Madam Mulberry enjoys a guided tour through the bayou, perched comfortably in her guide’s rowboat, perhaps she feels at home in the swamp?
  • Some familiar faces are taking a tour, Lord Evergreen with all his time has elected to also take a boat tour. Mysteriously, he and Madam Mulberry haven’t crossed paths yet.
  • Some friendly local gators greet Mulberry, it’s not often their visitors are of the same species!

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Brianna McCready

Love the colour!

Holly Davidson

When I first put this ink to paper, I worried it was a touch too dark, but it blended out into a lovely colour. It flows very nicely for writing and layers well for painting. Perfect

Colleen Crawford
Colour not as advertised

I love Ferris wheel press ink and generally I’m really impressed but I found this colour completely different then shown on the web page or the bottle labels. It’s more a dark grey purple, similar to a really bad bruise. I will still by ink from Ferris wheel press but I will be much more careful in choosing colours!

Clare Watkins

It's a pleasant colour, but by no stretch of the imagination is this purple. It's grey. Bears little resemblance to either the packaging or the sample pictures. One anticipates a little difference due to monitors and so forth, but this is very disappointing.

What a wonderful complex ink

I love what I think are vintage colours from Ferris Wheel Press. Before I begin using it in my pens or with my brushes, I dab colour onto paper and add water to watch it bloom across the paper. Once dried, you can see all the various plays of colour within that one ink. This is why I love Ferris Wheel Inks...they have such vibrant complex colors that look vintage at first glance.

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