This shrub is about 7 ft tall and has a growth habit in a sort of a spray, like a Weigela. It appears to sucker freely. The shrub is in blossom (I'm in Seattle) right now (June). It has groups of tiny white blossoms that hang off the end of each branch that look much like jasmine blossoms. The leaves are oval, with a smooth edge and appear opposite one another on each branches. The blossoms have soft sweet smell and it looks like the blossoms may result in small clusters of small hard dark blue/purple, almost metallic-looking berries.
I thought this might be a Clethra, but the leaves are different and the blossom of the Clethras I've seen are upright in stalks rather than hanging.
I'm working on getting a picture posted.
Any ideas out there?