Let me start off by saying that Jordache's knockoff of Polo smells nothing like Polo whatsoever. It's not even close. Comparing this to the real Polo is like comparing Drakkar Noir to Chanel No. 5. So if you're looking for a cheapie that smells like Polo, don't even waste your time with this.
However, this ain't that bad. Remember what I said in my first post about knockoff perfumes, about how some knockoffs are more interpretations, rather than carbon copies, of another fragrance? Well, Jordache's knockoff is one of those.
This is a sweet but woodsy smelling cologne. It's a simple fragrance, and basically it smells like clove, patchouli, cinnamon and cedar on top of a base of sweet amber. None of the notes really stand out in sharp relief, but altogether they provide you with a decent woodsy, aromatic and masculine scent that smells sweet but foresty at the same time.
Is Jordache Polo a great scent? No, not even remotely. It's not that strong either, and it doesn't last on my skin for more than like three hours. But considering a three-ounce bottle of this goes for a dollar, I think this is a pretty good fragrance, and is worth your hard earned dollar.
Fragrance House: Jordache