Yoseka Stationery

Ink Sample - Lennon Tool Bar 2021 Winter Limited

枸杞 Wolfberry - 3ml Click for restock
烏骨雞 Silkie - 3ml
高麗菜 Cabbage - 3ml
麻油 Sesame Oil - 3ml Click for restock
Lennon Tool Bar 2021 Winter Sample Set Click for restock

This online ink sample goes with our Yoseka ink sample collection card. Our ink samples will come in these tiny adorable glass bottles. 

These bottles are meant to be reusable. Here’s how it works with the ink collection card online:

  • Every time, you pick a few colors along with your order
  • Each time, use the card to keep track of your new colors
  • On your 10th color, we will include a box and return label with your order.
  • Return your 10 empty bottles to us, and your next sample ink is on us 

The 2021 Winter Limited series is called Winter Tonics in Taiwan. As the northeast monsoon approaches, all kinds of cold-proof wear and gadget have come out on the market.  Thermal underwear, hand warmers, down jackets, beanies, gloves, socks are prepared for the next wave of cold air from the north. But you might not know that there's an ultimate cold-proof weapon that will for sure heat the winter up and keep you warm! Enjoying winter stews or soups is one of the most traditional and effective cold-proof strategies by the Taiwanese people. After stir-frying sliced ginger and chicken on high heat, you add rice wine into the pot and stew it. You might also want to add some wolfberries to mellow the flavor. Make sure you put in the cabbage right before you serve the dish. You will definitely enjoy the warm winter when you take a bite of the crunchy cabbage and sip on the warm, sweet soup!

About Lennon Tool Bar:

Lennon Tool Bar was founded in 2014 at Tamsui, Taiwan. Initially, it started to promote arts and crafts of Indigo Dyeing, a business that flourished a century ago in Taiwan, and at the time, Taiwan exported a considerable amount of "doroai," or the raw material of colorants used in Indigo Dyeing, to the Japanese Empire. Lennon Tool Bar draws inspiration from the traditional process and the popular colors used in Indigo Dyeing.