Made with Real Ingredients
Smooth Chocolate - Seacláid
This exceptionally chocolatety flavour is made with 100% pure Valrhona Cocoa - arguably the best cocoa in the world!
Irish Brown Bread - Arán Donn
Our Brown bread is supplied by McCambridge’s. Once we have our bread it goes into the oven with muscovado sugar for 8 hours to caramelise, only then is it ready for our ice cream.
Kieran's Cookies - Brioscaí
We make the cookies ourselves to get them just right. It took months of research and piles of cookie tasting.
Honeycomb Caramel - Caramel
Our Honeycomb Caramel contains two different honeycomb pieces, which gives it both a melt in your mouth caramel, and a crunchy one.
Raspberry Sorbet - Sú craobh
We use 5KG of raspberries for each batch. It’s made with Irish spring water. Dairy Free and Vegan.
Dingle Sea Salt - Salann
Our best selling Sea Salt ice cream comes straight from the Atlantic Ocean, we make our own salt for this flavour, from Dingle sea water we collect at Bín Bán beach. Its filtered and boiled down and ready for our ice cream.
Butterscotch - Imreog
We’ve built this flavour from scratch to get a rich butterscotch flavour. It’s made with moscavado sugar, butter and salt.
Mango Sorbet - Mango
This flavour screams summer! It’s light, refreshing and exotic! An added bonus - is it’s dairy free, wheat free and suitable for vegans. We use Irish spring water to make our mango sorbet.
Micil Irish Cream Liqueur - Uachtar Licéir Éireannach
A luxurious blend of sweet Irish whiskey, rich Irish cream, and smooth Connemara poitín, Micil Distillery is a like-minded Irish producer, using only the highest quality ingredients sourced as close to home as possible and is a perfect fit with our ice cream.
Gingerbread - Arán sinséir
This flavour makes for the perfect festive ice cream. We developed our Gingerbread cookie recipe from scratch to make sure to get the flavour of the cookies just right. This ice cream flavour is full of warm spices, rich black treacle and ginger.
Rum and Raisin - Rum & Rísín
This time of year, as the weather gets colder, we tend to like ice cream flavours that are a bit deeper and a bit warmer. The alcohol in rum raisin will make the ice cream feel less cold on the palate, and we think it’s a perfect flavour to serve coming into winter.