With Glen Nagel ND, herbal mixologist
Back by popular demand! This four-part series focuses on blending botanicals into tasty tonics. Register on this page for the series, or follow links to register for classes a la carte.
Melding the ancient world of botanical medicine with that of the modern bar mixologist, this class develops a flavorful and healing balance between the nasty tasting tinctures of the past and cocktails loaded with sugar at your local bar. All sessions include lecture and hands-on components, and participants will leave with samples and recipes to take home.
As an exciting bonus, attend all four sessions and receive a micro credential in Herbal Mixology! Learn more about micro credentials here.
All sessions will be held on the NUNM campus and are limited to 20 participants. Must be 21 or older.
Hot Toddies, Mulled Wines and Heated Herbal Spirits | Thursday, January 24, 2019, 6 – 9 p.m.
Many traditions hold that a little nip helps fight off whatever ails you. This class will cover tasty ways to enhance that prescription. We will make hot toddies and mull herbs in wine and cider, adding medicinal herbs to tea and spirits for classic winter wellness drinks. 3.0 general OBNM CEUs to be applied for. Register for the Hot Toddies class a la carte»
Bitters, Digestives and Aperitifs | Thursday, February 21, 2019, 6 – 9 p.m.
Bitter herbs have a long history of being used as a stimulating digestive aid. In this class we will focus on the rebirth of bitters, and work to create several delicious modern bitters using both alcohol and vinegar. 3.0 general OBNM CEUs to be applied for. Register for the Bitters class a la carte»
Liqueurs and Cordials | Thursday, March 21, 2019, 6 – 9 p.m.
Cordials are a tasty blend of sweet and alcoholic, a blend of classic tonic herbs for wellness. They are traditionally combined with brandy to create a warming, and relaxing tonic. 3.0 general OBNM CEUs to be applied for. Register for the Liqueurs and Cordials class a la carte»
Herbal Root Beers | Thursday, April 25, 2019, 6 – 9 p.m.
The original root beers were more than just tasty beverages, they were delivery systems for powerful herbs that support digestion and general health. This class will review the history and medicinal uses of root beers, and we’ll make our own non-alcoholic brews using updated recipes. This class is nonalcoholic. 3.0 general OBNM CEUs to be applied for. Register for the Root Beers class a la carte»
About the presenter
Dr. Glen Nagel has spent 25 years studying medicinal and edible plants. He is a naturopathic physician and master herbal mixologist, focusing on creative flavor combinations and the healing properties of his medicinally inspired drinks and creations. His goal is to make herbal medicine tasty, fun and part of your everyday life.
There is no webinar option and this series will not be recorded.
Full series: $290 medical professionals, $260 general public, $80 full-time students with ID.