Murphy’s Ice Cream – Dublin

When we were in Dingle last September, we tried Murphy’s Ice Cream. It was so deliciously creamy and they had such interesting flavours!

So when we discovered that they had a location in Dublin, we knew we had to make a stop there when we were in town this time around.

We dropped our luggage off at the hostel after getting into Dublin and headed to Wicklow Street to find us some ice cream!


They were handing out samples of the Dreamy, Creamy Caramel. I personally thought it was a bit too sweet for my taste, but Ioana loved it and settled for that as her choice.

As for me… I tried a couple of samples – lavender, dingle sea salt and brown bread. If you know me, you’ll know that I’m the most indecisive person in the world, even when deciding on something as trivial as ice cream flavours! I finally decided to go with Irish Coffee and Kieran’s Cookies for my flavours. (Yes, I didn’t try any of those… but they turned out to be good choices!)

As with the ice cream we had in Dingle, both of our choices were delicious, flavourful and creamy. I’m thinking Murphy’s needs to come and open a store in Vancouver!


After having the ice cream, we stumbled upon Ladurée…. and of course, we had to make a stop later that evening! Watch for our next post to see what we had from Laduree!

Ioana and Natalie


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