Beyonce Midnight Heat: Explosion in Tropical Candy Floss Factory

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 After being spoilt like a spoilt thing in recent weeks, with achingly high quality scents to die for, I decided to dip my toe into a fragrance that I have seen everywhere recently from Duty Free to my local Asda. One of many samples I have blagged lately, this generous 2ml dabber is wrapped in purple cellophane like a Quality Street sweetie. No less than 3 members of my household tried to disrobe it hopefully, including one of the cats who is kinky for cellophane.

It is entirely appropriate that this was mistaken for a sweet because Wow! Is this sugary! Take some candy floss, add some sugar, preferably vanilla sugar, then sweeten it up with some caramel, preferably vanilla caramel, then add loads of concentrated Tropical cordial, the stuff that’s so thick and gloopy it sticks to the inside of the bottle. Shake it all about and Bingo! Beyonce Midnight Heat.

It has some similarities with JLo Deseo, However, Deseo keeps it clean and floral, and although it has similar Tropical notes, it is a fresher, brighter fragrance.

Beyonce Midnight Heat is too sticky and hot. The sweetness is overpowering. I should imagine it could be used as an aid to weight loss since once sniffing this, you would find the idea of ingesting sugar completely repellent. In fact, that’s why I might keep this. Those leftover Easter Eggs are still in the house, calling my name. This might be just what I need.

5 thoughts on “Beyonce Midnight Heat: Explosion in Tropical Candy Floss Factory”

  1. Dearest Iscent
    With all these sugary perfumes going around no wonder we are suffering an epidemic of obesity.
    The Dandy thinks this is becoming a public health issue!
    Yours ever
    The Perfumed Dandy

      1. Dearest Iscent
        And the worse thing is The dandy doesn’t even have a sweet tooth of any kind… I’m so much happier munching on a asparagus stalk than a snickers bar (or similar confectionery product).
        Yours ever
        The Perfumed Dandy

  2. I actually hated the original Heat because it was too strong, bold and SO sweet. Now I definitively do not want to try that version :) I usually don’t like perfume that’s makes me hungry 😛

    1. Hello Genevieve and welcome! I so agree. I don’t like smelling of food or sweets. Today’s High Street smells like a cross between Haribo and synthetic florals.How I wish this current trend would go away!

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