Wild Flora Forage for Distillers


For the Distiller

Searching for the perfect distilling combo? Let us take you, or your team on a new adventure in the field. Forage for unique and textbook, aromatic botanicals to create your perfect Alberta beverage.
On this wild botanical forage your will:

  • Learn a handful of safe, edible plants to work with
  • Learn where to forage for suitable botanicals.
  • Learn sustainable harvesting practices for your unique product
  • Forage in the  stunning beauty of wild Alberta
  • Have a fun, team building outing in Alberta’s foothills.

Dates: Mid-May to mid-September
Price: $595 for up to 4 participants
An additional $125 per participant past 4.
Group rate: 10 participants for $995 (max group size)

Locations: Between the Bow Valley and the Highwood river valley. (We are happy to travel outside these areas with an additional mileage fee.) For example the Crowsnest pass/ Pincher Creek area to Sundre and Rocky Mtn. House. (Mileage fees for over 100km will apply.  Time frame: Roughly between 10:00 am to 3:00 pm We can accommodate your time frame needs.
(There is a season to all botanicals, a conversation with your Foraging guide early in the year, ensures that your specific interests can be accommodated.)

*Please contact info@full-circle-adventures.com to set a date for your program and choose the season for the botanicals you may have a specific interest in.

For the Distiller
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A forage adventure with Instructor Chef Andrew Hewson of SAIT's school of Hospitality & Tourism.

Dalia and her team at the COUP had a great day exploring new foods.

An outing with Matthew Widmer and Keith Robertson of Wild Life Distillery. Try their Wild, Alberta Gin!

An outing with Chef Brittany Swan from Eau Claire Distillery

"Thanks so much Julie! The wild bergamot totally tastes like oil of oregano! That really was a wonderful day. I look forward to an adventure with you again soon!" - Nicole, owner of Porters Tonics


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