of Oakhampton Estate
Worcestershire Dry Gin
The Crane family established the Oakhampton Estate in 1827 when Henry Crane chose the fertile land in Dunley on which to settle & farm. The family, now seven generations on, continues to work their magic on their beloved Worcestershire soil.
The Oakhampton Estate currently farms in excess of 2000 acres of fine, arable farmland. A small proportion of the land has recently diversified, and now produces Coriander seed, Orris root, and Juniper (Juniperus Commonaris).
The woodland that can be seen in the foreground, are where these botanicals are produced, and the woodland boasts its own ancient spring which supplies all necessary water.
This particular label derived its name in honour of my Father who has been a Vicar for over 50 years.
His ministry has seen him working in Parishes, hospitals, schools, prisons, charities, hospices and in Diocesan Education and advisory roles.
For the last 40 years my Father has worked within the Diocese of Worcester being Rural Dean and more recently being appointed a Canon of Worcester Cathedral.