Beyonce Midnight Heat
There's also some fig, also. The plum note carries down to the heart and foundation of the cologne and is quite a bit more powerful then the other fruits.
I am unable to distinguish any floral notes in addition to the peony in the jumble that is powdered, as the patchouli grows rapidly and lasts for the whole 'life' of the cologne. The combination of powdery florals, earthy patchouli and rich fruits is quite interesting; everything's construction here does not actually go together, but it works somehow.
There's no strong indicator between the base as well as the heart notes, as a result of the continuous existence of patchouli and plum. Amber and the sandalwood are mingled together so it's a creamy and warm mixture.
The Heat range hasn't impressed me, but the colliding fragrance notes here make this cologne addictive.