Stephen Nolan, training consultant, aged 36, from Stepney, London. At first glance I thought it was an olive oil but on taking a closer look I quite liked the bottle despite the wonky label. The strength of the drink was surprising given the rosy colour and perfume, and it wasn't half as sweet as I expected. It is definitely more camp than Baileys and in the right glass it would be quite flamboyant. I would expect to see it going down well in cocktail bars, piled high in a glass with strawberries in the bejewelled hand of a drag queen. Tequila is soooo now, and that scores points too. It was certainly the envy of friends at the Brighton Pride event who had heard of it in the US consumed as shots'. Its a bit on the pricy side and not what I would call a must-have, but I would definitely choose it over Baileys or Kahlua for novelty value. Rating out of 25 ­ 18 {{DRINKS }}