"In rod form Serengeti looks caramel brown, and a dead ringer for Stone Ground, right down to the rings of colour at the ends. Once melted, I found that Serengeti bloomed into a rich burnt orange colour. Intrigued by the similarity with Stone Ground I wanted to see how they would compare melted. While they do strike to different shades, the reaction to silvered ivory is the same with both spreading and webbing wildly across the beads [I only added thin lines]. This melted like butter, and while it caused me no issues I did find that bubbles did appear as I melted. The rod was not shocky in any way, but did fascinate me!"