Noodler's Ink is a small American company run by Nathan Tardif in Southern Massachusetts, USA. The Noodler's Ink Co. is best known for their massive range of colours, the unique and largely hand drawn bottle label artwork and unique properties of their inks. Nathan Tardif is best known for his political views and historical knowledge, which often spills over into the names and labels of his inks.
The name Noodler's comes from a technique of catching catfish by hand. Noodling involves wading into the water and feeling around for small crevasses and catching the catfish who have backed themselves inside by holding onto the outside edges of their open mouth. Nathan says it is the ultimate battle between man and beast and your bank balance and social standing have no bearing on your ability. The catfish can be seen on all the ink bottles packaging.
The glass bottles are simple and affordable and the cardboard boxes are recycled.
Ottoman Rose, a light rose with red undertones. Standard Ink in 3oz bottle.
Named 'Ottoman Rose' after the finest high altitude roses from central Anatolia in Turkey. The design on the bottle states that this is "The Sultans Ink" giving the impression that the Ottoman roses, being the finest, would have been reserved for the Sultan on Turkey.
N.B - The bottles are VERY full, so be careful when opening them!