I don't smell the L'Eau par Kenzo comparison. So I certainly disagree.
However, this scent gets top grades for concept: rice, milk, and vanilla. Superior when it goes on, novel, compelling, comforting, open, and it just plain makes you proud that you've found it and that you've got good enough taste to know such a fine fragrance from all the dreck out there.
But the scent gets dull. It doesn't become cloying or too sweet, it just flattens out and goes all single-note flat dull. Dusty, dull vanilla. No life. Nothing anyone who smells you will wonder about. A damn shame.
If you can find it cheap, that'll make fun for you. If not, it will go to the back of you scent closet with all the other no longer interesting ones.