Trail-to-Tasting | Foraged Cocktail Mini Series

Discover the natural goodness in your own backyard through this video-series foraging for wild edibles and creating easy to make cocktails!

During my Trail-to-Tasting mini-series, learn more about foraging for wild edibles that can be found all over – from your own small, urban garden, to roadsides, to natural hiking trails! We’ll learn about foraging etiquette, how plant and wildlife (especially pollinators) are interconnected, and how to create unique, handcrafted cocktails – perfect for celebrating the harvest season!

Stay tuned for my “Trails-to-Tasting” Cocktail Book & Field Guide, soon to be available for Pre-Order! All pre-orders will receive a signed copy of the book as well as a free, illustrated “Live Wildly” sticker featuring some of the plants in the book.

The book is currently in it’s final stages of editing and should become available for Pre-Order by August 1st, 2021!

Master the Techniques

Explore some of the techniques and DIY ingredients we’ll be using to create our cocktails, from Simple Syrup, Infused Alcohols, and more! By watching these ahead of time, you’ll be ready to create your own cocktail during the Spring Trails-to-Tasting Season!

Register for the Autumn Session

Excited for the Autumn Session of Trails-to-Tasting? The first video of the session will be sent out on September 9th around 5pm, and will continue weekly on Thursdays until October 7th and will culminate with an in-person foraging event (those registered for this Trails-to-Tasting season will receive an exclusive discount to this in-person foraging walk).

“Trails-to-Tasting” Field Guide/Recipe Book!

Looking for a great gift for any nature-lover? This book doesn’t just act as a recipe book for cocktails & mocktails – it also doubles as a field guide to local wild edibles! Pre-Orders will be available soon. Stay tuned by subscribing to my eblast. A portion of the proceeds benefits Habitat Preservation Efforts.

… I’m noticing that now that I can start identifying edible flowers/berries, I now notice they’re all around me…

Anna S.

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