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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 15 October, 2019
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Scrumdiddly's ice cream parlour has just opened a pop-up shop in Arnotts

Just in time for the good weather!

IRELAND IS CURRENTLY experiencing a heatwave* (read: it’s 15 degrees and people don’t know what to do with themselves) and people all over the country are pondering deep questions like, “Is it warm enough for an ice-cream?” and “Jesus, will we go mad and get a Cornetto?”

 

 

So what better time to open an ice-cream pop-up?

Scrumdiddly’s, the beloved Dún Laoghaire ice-cream parlour, has just opened a pop-up shop in Arnotts on Henry Street.

Scrumdiddly’s has become a local favourite thanks to their decadent desserts and insane array of toppings.

Feast your eyes on this Scumfiterole and Melting Snowman

…stuffed with chunks of freshly made warm waffle…

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Or this Sweeheart Sundae

Layers of melted Cadbury, real dairy ice cream, melted Ferrero, fresh strawberries, fresh cream, melted Kinder Bueno and a hot double chocolate chip muffin served in your very own pink champagne glass.

Oh Mama.

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Or this lemon meringue creation.

Perfect for this temperate weather we’re having.

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If the queues in Dún Laoghaire are anything to go by, we think it’ll be a roaring success.

#scrumdiddlys must be good!

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Race you!

made the holy pilgrimage to scrumdiddly's #blessup #amen

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