For Christmas this year, my supervisor gave me a spice kit for a Sri Lankan vegetable curry. Her sister makes them, mainly from spices she grows up in north Queensland.
The kit includes a pouch of whole spices, a pouch of the secret family blend of ground spices, and the family recipe with instructions on how to make a Sri Lankan curry.
The flavours are mostly familiar, but include things like pandanus and rumpii leaves which I've never used before.
We cooked ours up with sweet potato, carrot and zucchini, and at the end added some tofu chunks, and served over rice.
It was really delicious -- Sri Lankan curries have a distinct and full flavour that isn't too spicy but is complex with flavour bursts in every bite. I highly recommend this, although they are such a boutique company the product may be hard to find (though, in Australia you may see CurrieZ, which is a rip-off of this idea by a former family friend... I will be staying away from that brand on principal).