BACK ON SHELVES: Ben & Jerry’s Fan Favorite Dublin Mudslide Ice Cream

Ben  Jerry s Fan Favorite Dublin Mudslide Ice Cream

Update: We tried it! Click here to read our review.

Now that Dublin Mudslide is back, maybe Ben & Jerry’s can work on reviving Oatmeal Cookie Chunk. (Spotted by Sarah R at Safeway.)

15 thoughts to “BACK ON SHELVES: Ben & Jerry’s Fan Favorite Dublin Mudslide Ice Cream”

  1. I used to work at/manage a local TCBY-type frozen-yogurt store, in late high school. The Irish Cream-flavored frozen yogurt that we’d periodically get (made by Columbo, BTW), was one of my ALL-TIME favorite flavors there; YUMMO!

    (If the connection isn’t clear between my comment and this product: It’s that I see that this has Irish Cream-flavored ice cream. Just clarifying. πŸ˜‰ )

    1. TCBY was/is the best! I was so sad when they ceased to exist in my region. I used to get the white chocolate by the quart for a freezer stash.

      1. Man, I looooved several of the flavors, where I worked (guessing all or most were quite similar to TCBY flavors, especially given that both utilized Columbo yogurt). Now that I’m going down memory lane, I’m trying to recall some of my other faves…and I do seem to recall that White Chocolate was also one of them.

    1. Hmmm…shouldn’t they have done the “caramel chew chew” as a valentine’s seasonal flavour and named it “I caramel choo-choo-chews you?” They probably could have made a killing from The Simpsons fans and collectors.

      1. Yesss! Not only have I been a lifetime “The Simpsons” fan, but Ralph Wiggum has always been one of my all-time favorite characters. He has, IMO, easily, some of the best “Simpsons” quotes ever. “I choo-choo-choose you”, ” My cat’s breath smells like cat food”, “Hi, Super Nintendo Chalmers”, and “Me fail English…that’s unpossible”, are four great examples.

          1. HAHA! YES! I always use that one at work when someone burns something every now and then.

    1. The glistening, albeit somewhat misshapen yuletide delicious dish gone far too quickly, leaving a funnel and/or wooden bowl sized hole in our hearts.

  2. Is this the place where I beg for my beloved Mission to Marzipan to return? Not that I’m not going to grab an absolutely unhealthy amount of Dublin Mudslide, but still…

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