Mix the lime juice, orange juice and zest, olive oil, vodka and gin together in a small bowl. Mix the salt, sugar, fennel, coriander, dill, chervil, tarragon and pepper together in another medium-sized bowl. Choose a small nonreactive baking pan long enough to hold the salmon and line it with plastic wrap, leaving plenty of wrap hanging over all four sides.
Sprinkle the bottom of the pan with ¼ of the herb mixture and form it into the shape of the salmon. Place the salmon skin side down on top of the herb mixture. Pour the liquid mixture on top of the salmon. Pack the remaining herb mixture on top and around the salmon. Take the excess plastic wrap hanging over the sides of the pan and wrap the salmon tightly, packing the herb mixture onto the salmon and covering it as best as you can with the curing mixture.
Place the pan in the refrigerator; cure for 4 days. After the fourth day, remove the fish from the plastic wrap, wipe off the herb mixture and pat dry. Slice the salmon and serve as desired.
At the Common Man, Adam slices the salmon into paper-thin pieces and piles it atop sliced country bread that has been brushed with olive oil, seasoned with salt and pepper and grilled. He tops this with horseradish-flavored crème fraîche, sliced red onion, sliced apple and blanched haricots verts.
Pair with: Lorien Wroten, Adam’s partner, suggests serving the salmon with a very dry Riesling.