Divine Vanille truly lives up to its name. I bought a 1 ml sample, then another, and now I'm enjoying the 5ml rollerball sample so I can experience it easily on all pulse points, shoulders, and décolletage. What makes Divine Vanille an olfactory heaven is the vanilla absolute from Madagascar. It's a costly, yet sustainable, vanilla that reigns supreme. It's addictively soft and balmy and oh so wrist-sniff worthy. This is not your straight vanilla scent like Tihota. Nor is it an ooey-gooey , lateral, unsophisticated vanilla. There's depth and nuances of soft spices, osmanthus for a slight fruity note, a bit of pepper, a dusting of incense (not churchy incense), and some sensuality of musk and patchouli. This is a warm, cozy, long hug fragrance that people will snuggle you and say, "Oh you smell good. What are you wearing?" It may be warm and cozy, but I'd wear this year round due to the fruity notes. This is a skin scent for me, so you might not have that fill-the-room sillage that people run from you. This is a unisex fragrance. I think it leans more feminine, but reviews on the internet are written by both men and women. A note about Essential Parfums: they pride themselves on sourcing natural and sustainable raw materials that not only create powerful fragrances, but also respect local producers’ communities and the environment. Even their bottles are simple but chic. Pricing is not exorbitant, which is another plus. Divine Vanille is certainly FB worthy.