Hidden Curiosities Gin
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Hidden Curiosities Gin

50cl | 42% ABV | England

Hidden Curiosities Gin is a Japan-inspired spirit created by a pocket square designer with a passion for juniper. While the botanical list is largely secret, we know that yuzu, lavender, orris, angelica and cardamom are in the line-up.

Mandarin-like yuzu is the dominant force in Hidden Curiosities Gin, though a pine forest fresh juniper lurks in the background, anchored by weighty orris and angelica root. Elderflower Tonic helps the gin sing, lifting the lavender.

Key Flavours

Citrus
Juniper
Floral
Spiced
"With yuzu, bergamot, pink grapefruit and lavender all in the mix, the nose and first impressions are always going to be of a bright gin, but it's the cardamom and pink peppercorn that loom large in a G&T and help add depth to the flavour."

About this product

Hidden Curiosities Gin is made at Silent Pool Distillery in Surrey. To make the gin, the team macerate the botanicals in a wheat spirit for 24 hours, before distilling to a London Dry standard over a six hour period.

Hidden Curiosities Gin was created by Jenny Meguro, a life-long gin fan whose obsession with craft products, but desire to be challenged, led to her flitting between brands at breakneck pace. In the end, she decided to create her new favourite.

Made under contract at Silent Pool Distillery, based in the Surrey Hills, the production is overseen by Jenny herself each and every time. A means to an end for a Japanophile and a spirit that's entirely devoted to Eastern flavours.

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