Hidden Curiosities is a very handsome gin produced in the equally-as-handsome Surrey Hills in the south east of England. It's made using a combination of 20 botanicals, including yuzu, bergamot, pink grapefruit, lavender, violet and white mulberries.
It's so fresh and delicate. So much so that you can have just with ice. But I love it some grapefruit peel and a splash of tonic.
Made from rye on Jonathan Adnams farm in Suffolk, the gin has added Japanese Match tea and lemongrass as well as the base botanicals of orange peel, ginger, Grains of Paradise, Cubeb Berries and Angelica all adding complexity and a subtle spiceness to the gin.