Here is my updated review (from Frag):Now that I have become used to it, I add the following to my description below: First, this truly is a masterful reformulation. I must admit that it is the *only* reformulation I have ever smelled that actually improves upon the scent it is meant to replace, to wit, the original Molinard Eau de Toilette. Somehow, even though the new eau de parfum is distinctly different, it could be none other than Habanita: Strange but true. What I have figured out is the following: The new EdP actually resembles the original, and quite rare, Habanita Parfum: At $500.00US an ounce on e-bay, this is not a concentration easily found anywhere, but I have some, and I had always remarked how much smokier and dryer it was compared to the EdT: Missing is that exilherating thrill of flight that the EdT had, the sweetness of it: That is gone entirely. What remains is that unmatched "Habanita" aura--that "thing" that only Habanita has, and is here sublimated and made to last hours and hours, getting only darker and more daring as time progresses, and also developing a softness that is very cuddly and warm. Yes, it is very different from the original EdT, but somehow, it's better: Both longevity and sillage are more appropriate for a product of top quality: Less "room clearing" sillage, five times the longevity. The "Shalimar Saw Dust" note, which appears to be the "soul" of the fragrance, makes this very distinctly unisex, though adapted for a Romantic Man, not a soccer player or an "outdoorsy" type man: More the languid lounge lizard who reads and spends a lot of time thinking. Perhaps a lonely man. On a woman, this is a statement piece: After all, it is Habanita. Quite simply, even though it is a reformulation, it could not possibly be mistaken for any other. Intact: The fearless, aggressive, independent female who knows what she wants and is unashamed to go after it: Watch the video. The video translates the new EdP to perfection: If you don't like the video, you probably won't like the fragrance. While the new version is softer than the original, it is still somewhat "pushy." My hat off to Molinard: This reformation, relaunch, re-design should be studied by all of the industry as a truly memorable success.