This category includes any number of smells of manufactured types such as candles, soaps, perfume, etc. These scents may have natural influences, but would be from a candle or a soap rather than the object itself (or combination of objects). Detergents fall into this category (being soaps), but more astringent cleansers (like bleach) would fall into a higher rarity class.
This scent category includes desserts, gourmands, culinary, and drinks- which can be any assortment of types of food items. Different examples such as particular cinnamon rolls exist, or different sodas, and the list continues. A very broad category.
Any scent in the realm of including: woods, greens, natural unusuals. Woods being plants, or wood types in general, such as: logs, pine, maple, etc. Greens being non-flowering plant species and similar such as lemonbalm, parsley, etc. Natural unusuals being things in nature such as rainwater, meadow, or fruits.