|Parched March launch party at The Argyle, The Rocks, Sydney|
That’d be my kind of challenge if I had the time, money and ability to rock up to work with a hangover every day for a month.
|Parched March ambassadors Simon McGoram and Amy Cooper at The Argyle|
(photo courtesy of The Cru Media)
Says Cooper: “While we commend the charitable motivation of fasting campaigns (Dry July etc), we’d like to see promotion of a healthy attitude to alcohol, rather than complete bans and scare stories, which can serve to encourage binge drinking.
“We aim to show by example that for the average person, drinking moderately is part of a rich and varied social life, not a destructive pursuit.”
|Chef Miguel Maestre at the Parched March launch|
|Albondigas - meat balls canape by Argyle Bazar|
|Valencian bread salad canape by Argyle Bazar|
|Ceviche canape by Argyle Bazar|
Or you can sponsor the teams taking part in the drinking odyssey, or indeed start your own team and get sponsored for inflicting your liver.
|Patron tequila Manzanero by The Argyle|