I have a special fondness for Jersey, but that's a personal thing.
Jersey seems to be one of the most controversial perfumes in the line. It is a lavender enrobed in a sweet, fuzzy material - not sure which one. It does give exactly the impression of the softness and woolliness (? does the word exist) of the material it takes the name from. It is not a purely fresh masculine lavender - and in fact many people dislike it because they find it too sweet.
However, it resonated with me because, upon first smelling it, my brain immediately responded "pear juice". It reminded me clearly of the pear juices many European kids like me used to drink by the bottle (back then, they were seen by many parents as more healthy than American sodas). It had the same silkiness and velvet texture of such drinks, and the lavender did provide some of the freshness that those pear juices had (which makes one wonder whether they were not flavored with some similar substance). This comfort food (or better drink) aspect generated an instant love. But people raised in the US cannot understand.
In any case, it is worth smelling. It is not cloying, but it is sweet, so you need to like some sweetness.