This is the first recipe to be developed by Scott Gowans in his role as distiller and the first product to be released from the brand's new Scottish distillery, adding to the existing three core expressions.
Inspiration for the recipe was taken from the countryside in which the Darnley's Gin cottage sits.
Distiller Scott commented: "Inspiration for Very Berry came from the countryside of the East Neuk of Fife, home to Darnley's Distillery.
"I selected the signature botanicals of sloe berry, rosehip and elderberry which all grow wild around the distillery cottage and sugar kelp which is farmed off the nearby coastline.
"The overall taste is floral and fruity, giving a different taste profile to the others in the Darnley's range."
Developed by Scott on a mini still in the Darnley's Gin Cottage, the recipe was then scaled up for full distillation using a combination of traditional distillation and vapour infusion. This is the first time Darnley's Gin has used this in production.
The four signature botanicals (rosehip, elderberry, sloe berry and sugar kelp) are loaded into a muslin bag and placed into the vapour basket above the pot still holding the neutral grain spirit, juniper, angelica and coriander. This creates the delicate, floral flavours to be embedded in the spirit.
Just 2100 bottles of Darnley's Gin Very Berry have been produced and these are available in a 50cl bottle at 41.5%abv.
Very Berry is available in the UK only and is retailing at Darnley's Gin Distillery, their online shop and available exclusively through Inverarity Morton for wider distribution priced at £27.95.
Gin lovers are advised that the 'perfect serve' can be achieved in three ways: Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic and a red berry garnish; tonic and grapefruit garnish and good quality grapefruit soda, like Bon Accord salted pink grapefruit soda.