FROM THE MANUFACTURER: Calling all the single ladies! get your freakum dress on and heat up the night with the queen’s newest perfume, heat kissed! this fiery blend of fruit and blossoms embody the spirited fire of “the modern, self-assured woman who is not afraid to desire and to be desired.” an update of beyoncé’s first ever fragrance heat, this new iteration will make heads turn and temperatures rise with its hot, feverish scent. Contained in a red glass bottle with a triangular base, le eau de parfum’s neck is accentuated with a gold band bearing queen bey’s iconic name that captures the sexy elegance of the irreplaceable r & b songstress. Heat kissed is a more sensual follow-up to the original heat that really cranks up the volume when it comes to sex and seduction. The perfume’s top notes will drive anyone crazy in love with its exotic smorgasbord of tropical fruits composed of dragonfruit, lychee, and ripe mango. In its heart is a lavish mixture of floral notes consisting of blazing red fury orchid, sambac jasmine, and moroccan rose oil. Beyoncé claimed that orchid is her favorite flower which is why it is a prominent ingredient in the heat line of fragrances. Finishing heat kissed are base notes of woody and warm notes of african sandalwood, vanilla, and patchouli that add an earthy touch to the overall aroma. The combinations of spicy and sweet accords synthesize a scorching scent meant to be worn by strong, independent women who pride themselves as bootylicious vixens. Beyoncé’s line of perfumes started in 2010 with heat and has since been followed by pulse and rise. Launched alongside claude dir and olivier gillotin of the perfume company givaudan, mrs. Carter’s own perfume became the best-selling celebrity branded fragrance in 2013 as well as the third best-selling scent worldwide with $400 million earned internationally. In an interview, the former-destiny’s child front lady claimed that she wants to capture a timeless fragrance that reminds one of vintage times yet evokes the modern elegance of a woman. The drunk in love singer, who is a self-proclaimed perfectionist, personally chose the notes for her scents.