List of Vinta brand products

Handcrafted inks made with love in the Philippines.

Aegean ink [Armada 1944] - 30ml - Vinta
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The Armada is a fleet of warships. Over time, we have seen how the multitude of ships at sea can transform its color from grey to blue into everything else. The largest naval war in history was the Battle of the Gulf of Leyte in 1944.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Apple Malayan Ink [Makopa 1938] - 30ml - Vinta
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The Malay apple or Makopa is a bell-shaped fruit that grows in the Philippines, known for its crunchy pulp and sweet flavour. Many Filipinos grow this in their backyards or in local neighborhoods. It is said that the more pale and dark it is, the softer it becomes. Its scientific name was first published in 1938.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Azure ink [Maharlika 7107] - 30ml - Vinta
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Maharlika means "nobility" in Tagalog. These men and women were the leaders of Filipino communities before the arrival of the Spaniards in the 16th century to colonize the Philippines. The beautiful azure color of this pink-accented ink evokes the image of twilight in the Philippines at sunset on its 7107 islands.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Black Onyx ink [Romblon 1582] - 30ml - Vinta
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Romblon is the marble capital of the Philippines. In 1582, Spanish columnist Miguel de Loarca used the word Romblon for the first time to describe this place in the central region of the Philippines. This beautiful shiny black has blue and golden highlights.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Blue Blood ink [Dugong Bughaw 1521] - 30ml - Vinta
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"Dugong Bughaw" is a term for former Filipinos who were part of royalty. Nevertheless, it can also be said that the blood of all Filipinos is blue caused by the archipelago nature of the country. This beautiful shiny blue ink with shades of pink and red is a literal representation of blue blood.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Blue Floss ink [Perya 1820] - 30ml - Vinta
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One of Manila's most beautiful parks is Luneta Park, built in 1820. It is now known as Rizal Park, after the national hero of the Philippines, Jose Rizal. Very close to the pier, many children and adults enjoy the blue cotton candy while walking along the park.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Bronze Yellow Ink [La Paz 1985] - 30ml - Vinta
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The only desert in the Philippines is located in La Paz, Ilocos Norte. The former Philippine dictator was also born in Ilocos Norte. Ironically, yellow is also the color that symbolized his eventual withdrawal from office. The 1986 EDSA revolution is also known as the "yellow revolution." This color evokes not only a struggle for freedom and justice, but also the many diverse landscapes that can be found throughout the Philippines.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Cosmic Blue ink [Kosmos 1955] - 30ml - Vinta
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In 1865, the Jesuit Padre Faura began the Observatario Meterorologico in Manila to study the Philippines and predict the passage of typhoons. This beautiful shimmering ink evokes the image of twinkling stars in the middle of the Philippine sky.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Deepwater Blue ink [Lucia 1952] - 30ml - Vinta
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Dyesebel is one of the most important Filipino comic book characters in the history of the Philippines. It was originally created by Filipino illustrator Mars Ravelo. Lucia is the name of Dyesebel's mother. She was obsessed with collecting and contemplating artistic representations of mermaids during her pregnancy, so the baby (Dyesebel) was born with what looked like a fishtail instead of legs. Dyesebel's first appearance in comics was in 1952.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Elysium Green ink [Kayangan 1967] - 30ml - Vinta
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Lake Kayangan, in Coron, Palawan, is known for its crystal clear, emerald green waters. In addition to being called the cleanest lake in the Philippines, it is also considered sacred by the Tagbanwa people, one of the oldest ethnic groups in the country. The lake and the rest of Coron Island were declared a national reserve in 1967.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Emerald Ink [Carlos 1960] - 30ml - Vinta
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This ink is named after former Philippine President Carlos P. Garcia who refused to cooperate with Japanese forces during World War II. Garcia is also from Bohol, known for its majestic and lush chocolate hills.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Harlequin ink [Bodabil 1920] - 30ml - Vinta
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In 1920, a Filipino artist named Luis Borromeo who had just returned from North America returned to the Philippines and organized what became the first Filipino bodabil company. He invented the "vod-a-vil" society that became popularly known by his Filipino name Bodabil. This dark purple hue with powerful green highlights evokes the colorful costumes of harlequins.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Heritage Brown ink [Pamana 2018] - 30ml - Vinta
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To commemorate the first anniversary of the inks Vinta, we went out with the Heritage Brown. Pamana is the Filipino word for heritage and our goal is to create a brand that will continually share Filipino culture with the world. This brown ink is a color in high demand by our customers.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Mermaid Green ink [Sirena 1952] - 30ml - Vinta
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Sirena is a tribute to the famous Filipino comic strip of Mars Ravelo Dyesebel about a mermaid. It is one of the most popular local comics that was serialized in 1952. This beautiful mint green has shades of grey and pink.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Mother of Pearl ink [Nakar 1934] - 30ml - Vinta
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The mother-of-pearl is also known as the "nakar" in the Philippines. More fiction than in fact, legends have surrounded the largest pearl, 6.38 kg, ever discovered. It was said that a diver drowned while recovering the pearl in May 1934 in Palawan, Philippines. It is known as the pearl of Allah or the pearl of Lao-Tzu. This beautiful grey and purple ink with silver highlights evokes the Philippines and its nickname of Pearl of the Orient.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Mulberry ink [Ubi 1663] - 30ml - Vinta
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Ubi, or purple yam, is one of the most popular food crops in the country. Known for growing better in Bohol province than elsewhere in the Philippines, the province celebrates the Ubi festival every January to celebrate this purple harvest. And with the purple associated with royalty, 1663 marked the complete victory of the Mindanao monarchies against the Spanish invaders.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Night Sky Ink [Tala 1980] - 30ml - Vinta
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In Tagalog mythology, Tala is the goddess of the stars and one of the greatest deities of the celestial world along with her sister Hanan, the goddess of dawn. 1980 also marks the discovery of a minor planet that now bears the names of two Filipino astronomers, the first time the country has received this kind of distinction.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Ochre ink [Fortaleza 1797] - 30ml - Vinta
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Ochre will be the first color that will come to mind when describing the Miag-ao church in Iloilo. This unique façade is due to the combination of materials, including eggs and limestone, used for its construction in 1797. In addition to being a UNESCO heritage site, it is also known as a fortress church. Built on the highest observation point to protect itself from invaders, its thick walls were built specially to protect the city of Miagao from frequent Moro invasions during this period.30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Pastel Blue Ink [Julio 1991] - 30ml - Vinta
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Julio and Julia, was a popular show about two magical twins. It was broadcast in 1991. It was created by a French writer Jean Chalopin and the original title was The Twins of the Bout du Monde or "Twins of Destiny".30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines
Pastel Pink Ink [Julia 1991] - 30ml - Vinta
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Julio and Julia, was a popular show about two magical twins. It was broadcast in 1991. It was created by a French writer Jean Chalopin and the original title was The Twins of the Bout du Monde or "Twins of Destiny".30 ml amber glass bottleProudly handmade in the Philippines