My best friend and I could down Amaretto Sours until we think it's a good idea to climb on the luggage rack at the Hilton and push each other really fast. (This has never happened, honest.)
So, when I was invited to the Disaronno Terrace event at the The Oast House, I was there quicker than you can say 'on the rocks.'
With accompanying music courtesy of electro-pop Thumpers and hype band of 2014, Little Comets, guests were treated to complimentary Disaronno Sours, an instant photo-booth and cocktail classes.
Artist, Lewis Loughman created a one-off painting over the course of the night, despite the gale force winds battering his canvas.
As hardened Mancunians, the weather failed to dampen the promise of free cocktails and fresh music. In fact, all that was missing was a luggage rack for the ride home.
The Disaronno Terrace is returning to The Oast House in Manchester for another two nights and you can apply for tickets here: http://disaronno.beoriginale.com/