17th December

Sorbets made with Irish rain water

Kieran and Sean Murphy of Murphy's Ice Cream love Irish rain. Not just any Irish rain but the stuff that falls in Dingle, Co Kerry, which they've collected and distilled to create 'Rainbow Sorbets' in two flavours - chocolate and raspberry. 

Crowned the 'emperors of ice cream' by food writers, John and Sally McKenna, Kieran and Sean explain they wanted to harness something "completely Irish, to tantalise the tastebuds".Murphy's Ice Cream

Murphy's sorbet range made with distilled Irish rain water

"Water is a key ingredient and we have the cleanest, purest water possible. Now Irish people and visitors alike can enjoy Irish weather in a whole new way!" 

The brothers have been making luxury ice cream for fifteen years and have four shops in Dingle, Dublin and Killarney - including a second shop on Dingle Pier which opened last week.

Sorbet flavours:

Dairy and gluten free, the chocolate sorbet made with ultra-premium Valrhona chocolate and cocoa. Dark chocolate-lovers can indulge their passion for the ultimate rich, bitter and aromatic taste experience.

The raspberry sorbert is a dairy and gluten-free blast for the tastebuds of freshness and intense fruitiness and at least 35% real fruit.

Visit www.murphysicecream.ie for further information

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