You've drunk the drink, you've seen the advert (the one when that lardy bloke strips down to his purple boxing shorts and heads off for a fight with a French student on the cliffs of Dover) - now you can visit the Web site.
You've guessed it - it's Tango. Available in a rapidly increasing range of flavours and now in cyberspace. The best thing about this site is that the strange orange men at Tango don't force their product down your neck with every mouse click.
Right from the start you are taken on a very strange journey through a variety of spoof Web sites such as the Hypnosis guide, which promises to turn you from "salesman to millionaire" from "fat woman to supermodel" and "from postman to daredevil".
There's also a dating site to help you find your ideal partner, a dream analysis machine, some silly postcards, a guide to hiding and a history of shopping bags.
The site is probably best viewed with a sound card to benefit from all the effects, but it's worth a visit anyway. One warning - you may be there some time.
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