Oxley Classic English gin is a traditional recipe using an unusual distillation technique. Oxley writes that they use a sub-zero distillation process. Not freeze distilling (an ancient practice from Poland) but rather vaporizing the alcohol by removing air pressure a below freezing temperatures. This is thought to preserve the freshness of the botanicals used in the process of flavoring the gin. Their website has both a diagram and video of the process. They claim "bright" citrus notes in the flavor.
See the notes from The Dizzy Fizz upon the gin hitting New York City, where they recommended it for a martini with a twist of lemon or grapefruit.