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Joop! (2007)

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There are 28 reviews of Joop! Go by Joop!.

Joop Go. It's not bad. Just very generic, sweet and unisex. For the younger crowd or the young at heart.

Joop!Go - Joop
Quite nice, natural fresh-orangey and slight zesty opening with an anisic cool-herbal note which all is very short lasting. After this, it gets very generic and boring- one big stretch of sugar-coated floralness buried in a cheap and thin smelling chemical mix of cheap and thin chemicals. A 'dead and buried'-scent with all lifeforce sucked out of it, if it had any at all.

Have to agree with rbaker's assessment. I found the opening interesting but after 5 minutes the scent becomes decidedly drugstore cheap. Avoid.

All JOOP fragrances have several sensible characterestic like fragrant, popular and low price that makes those worth to buy and Joop!Go is not a exception too.a fragrance for young other words energetic, joyful,modern,fresh,juicy and aromatic.

The composition opens with fresh bitter irange and rhubarb with a gentle touch of violet in heart and also a dry woody note which is beautiful and masculine. this scent gives you a sense of freedom. it is not very similar JUMP for me.

This JOOP EDT is perfect for a dreary morning when you need at joyance.It is a everyday scent good for a casual outing. suitable for spring and summer definitely for wearing during the daytime.anyway It is nice but
nothing extraordinary.

A generic fruity-citrus opening straight from the laboratory with a generic flowery-woodsy drydown, not blending well and sweetish-boring. Good silage and projection though with four hours of longevity - which is not necessarily a good thing.

Go with Joop..!!! It will be well worth the journey...

So Joop Go was the last of my 2012 Christmas colognes... Sweetie really hooked me up..!! And as the saying goes, "saving the best for last" is true.

I am becoming a huge fan of these lesser known Joop fragrances. My first of the Joop fragrances, like many guys, was the original - while I like it, original may be at the lower end of my favorite list. Much too strong, spicy, and at times, overbearing. Not so with the lesser known Joop fragrances.

Go is pleasant from the beginning - out of the bottle with notes of fruit, floral, and spice that settles into a sweet (but not too sweet) fragrance that is easy on the nose and masculine. Very nice - well done Joop..!! The projection/sillage is above average and so is the longevity, lasting the whole work day on the skin and shirt sleeve.

While I have not received compliments outside of Sweetie - she loves that "sweet" smell that blends a touch of woods. I truly believe it has the potential to get you noticed. You guys know me by now - I am confident "in my own skin" - not a bad thing - it is what it is - Go offers great versatility and flexibility that you can wear any time of year, time of the day, and for any occasion. It is really that good...

The last measure to speak of is value. A current check yields that Go is listing for a little over $30.00 for a large bottle - great buy..!! If you are looking for a fragrance with a unique scent, above average longevity, and a good price/value, I recommend Joop Go..

The final tally of Go is 4.6 stars out of 5 stars. You will be hooked... Make it count today...

Even though there are only two real notes to this (citrus and woody powder), and both notes are at opposite ends of the scent spectrum, Joop! Go just works. The opening is definitely on the citrusy end of the scale (I would have picked mandarine rather than blood orange, go figure) yet the powdery base also shows up at the open and gradually takes over during the rather pleasant dry-down.

Sillage and projection are nowhere nearly as savage as Joop! Homme, but it's still one of the fragrances that is easy to overdo.

Overall, it's a very versatile fragrance that works well across a whole bunch of occasions, outfits and seasons. Possibly best as a spring/autumn fragrance, as the juxtaposition of the wintery wood with the summery citrus reflects the change of season nicely.

Another Joop! scent where it is so wrong but so right at the same time. I like the one a lot.

Good scent but way too strong!

Tragic after shower with an hybrid fruity powderiness and a final apple-orange energetic pungency. Chemical, too sweet and boring. Good sillage as well as the other Joop.

This fragrance used to be one of my favourites.
I had a small sample of it with me when I went to London with school.
It was my 'signature London-scent' and I liked it very, very much!

It is a bit strong and smells fruity and summerish.
I bought a big bottle of it, but I found that it smelled different than the sample I had in London.
It's sad that it doesn't remind me of London because of that, but it is still nice.

It's a quite strong scent, but it smells good. Youthfull. I would not suggest buying this when you're over 30.
What I think is a downside of this fragrance is that it doesn't last very long, at least: not on me.

It still is one of my favourites, though :-)

EDIT: August 22nd ------
As I sprayed it on earlier today, I smelled a lot different than it used to.
A bit 'rough on the nose' as earlier mentioned. A lot more spicy and like alcohol, like as it turned bad.
I could still smell the scent I was familiar with, though, a little trough this new spicy and alcoholic scent.
The drydown smells oriental and woodsy with a touch of vanille.
It's strange that I said it was 'a strong scent' earlier because I can't really remember it being so strong.
I think I meant it was not so standard. The projection was in my opinion very bad on myself, but one day a classmate of mine had it on and I smelled it right away.
It doesn't last too long on me I guess, but maybe that's just me. Maybe others still smell it.

I enjoy the smell, it reminded me a little bit of 1 million, now I understand why. it has the blood orange in it. Overall its a candy kind of sweet smell. reminds me of a sugary green apple or something. The biggest problem I have with this fragrance is the projection and longevity is really bad for me. I would def recommend spraying this one on your clothing.

Initially a very sweet citrusy blast followed by sweet woods. I'm unable to "get" the blood orange and rhubarb note tho' but the top notes seem to give way very quickly anyway for the woods. Scent doesn't seem very refined and is a bit rough on my nose but i wouldn't say i dislike it, its nice enough as an informal scent but personally i wouldn't wear it.

I don't get the lukewarm response or outright contempt aimed by many at this fragrance on this site. I find it a very pleasant, sweet and fruity scent with a happy demeanor that is easy to wear on any occasion. Perhaps its easy going nature is why it is called "Go" - you just spray it on and off you go without any further ado. Surprisingly it is not quite as strong as the other male Joops, but some may argue that is no bad thing, and anyway it's as strong as most other EDTs and retains that distinctive Joop woodiness. Lovely bottle and fantastic green juice colour. This one is undoubtedly my favourite of all the male Joops and I always look forward to wear it.

This is a funny frag. Sweet and perky, not masculine at all, girls can wear this without second thoughts. Wearing it on a suit would make one look ridiculous. This scent is something young skaters would wear, but that doesn't mean the scent itself is bad. I personally would not put this on, but non the less I'll give it a thumb up just because it is perky and funny.

A substandard, short-lived fruit and vanilla pudding. This adds absolutely nothing to the genre of modern fragrant confection that is so popular in malls the world over. It is basically a fruit opening, with a creamy wood base. Bare skin would be preferrable to this.

Used to own this. Bought it when I still purchased a fragrance based on an ad in a magazine. I think tarant gets it right. This is by no means a great perfume, but it is not a bad one either. This is a casual fragrance for young people to be worn in the summer.

i cant understand the general negativity concerning joop go: its a fun fragrance, luminous green appearance in bottle, is probably best for summer, non-offensive, sweet fruity, and a safe scent , if thats the sort you are looking for. I wear it for work and for outings though my girlfiend dislikes it but she doesnt like many scents either! Longevity is good lasting me a full day with just 1 spray down the neck, the sillage is close to the skin and does not overload your olfactory system- a good fun scent for feeling happy.

yeah nice sweet stuff, good for a trip to themepark i think, long lasting and not iconic or classic but pleasant in small doses.

Appley, orangey top note that dries down into the typical woody sweet note that I've found in all the Joop!s. At least it smells better than Joop! Homme.

no thanks, if i wanna smell like a candy shop i go to the carneval and have a bath in candy floos but, well, i dont and therefore this is nothing for me.doesnt make me gag to, so 2/5, not the maximum penalty.

The problema with Joop! Go is that it is very similar to Joop! Jump. Honestly, I can't see much difference between them both... I can't sense any blood orange neither.. Anyway, I love Joop!'s fragrance, but unfortunately, "Go" is not as good as the others fragrancies from Joop!.

It's green like a Jolly Rancher candy and sure smells like one in the opening notes - very green and fruity. Then on the down dry the fragrance changes it gets oriental with a tonka bean accord and becomes a carbon copy of Joop Jump. Yep this is like Joop Jump geared at a younger 20-something crowd.

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