Tiger Lily appears in rod form as a saturated bright orange opaque. The rod is gorgeous, so I had high expectations for this glass. The color of the rod is a brighter, more vivid shade than CiM Sunset, but not quite as bright as CiM Clockwork.
Tiger Lily is slightly stiff but not too bad, and doesn't bleed or spread out, which is nice.
Unfortunately, as you can see in the beads below, Tiger Lily does not layer without showing some of the color underneath it. So I can't call it an actual opaque color. The CiM website does call it a transparent orange, but it's not that either. In fact, it was strangely easy to make encased stringer that stayed reasonably opaque when used. However, when making floral petals, you can see through parts of them to the base bead. And when making stripes, you can clearly see black through the orange. Dots of Tiger Lily on clear didn't stay completely opaque.
|CiM Tiger Lily with CiM Adamantium, along with black and clear.|