CiM Peppermint Cream is a tinted neutral. Think of the paint department at the hardware store, and 47 shades of "white." While you ponder whether to paint the spare bedroom in "Polar Blush" vs "Miami Sand" - your significant other has given themselves an eyeroll headache and snuck off to the tool section to fondle the sanders.
Peppermint Cream is a lightly greenish tinted neutral.
It does faithfully match the colour of the unmelted rod. WYSIWYG.
With turquoise (Eff) dots - no reaction, some bleeding.
Fine-silver - some light fuming.
And the self-coloured spacer.
It works up nice - no issues. I think the idea of lightly tinted neutrals and a coordinated, subtle palette is an interesting one. I think it will spawn new designs in beads. More variety of colours also means that it is easier to find your own unique look, which is always a good thing.