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Where To Get The Best Iced Coffee in Dublin


The sun is shining and the heatwavE has arrived! First port of call: where to get the best iced coffee to cool down. There’s no better accompaniment for a sunny stroll …

Bibi’s Café, Emorville Avenue, Dublin 8

Bibi’s is famous in certain circles for their legendary brunch dishes (squash eggs, we are looking at you) and their decadent cakes, so we can’t imagine that their iced coffee offering would be any less than perfect. The salted caramel iced latté looks simply decadent and coffee is from Cloud Picker so you know it will deliver. With a new Dun Laoghaire branch in the pipeline, the Bibi’s love is sure to spread. Do yourself a favour and pick up some brownies or lemon squares while you are there. You won’t be sorry. www.bibis.ie

Two Boys Brew, Phibsborough

Another great lunch or brunch spot, Two Boys Brew have pushed the boundaries when it comes to iced coffee. Blood orange coffee tonic anyone? Or keep it simple with an iced Americano or latté. Add a peanut butter cookie sandwich to your order for the ultimate indulgence of if your visit is over the weekend, bag a serving of their decidedly moreish hotcakes. www.twoboysbrew.ie

Through the Green, Windy Arbour

Drive through coffee is still a novelty and Through the Green Coffee is worth the drive, wherever you happen to live. Coffee is from Roasted Brown and pastries are from Bread 41 along with a good selection of breakfast and lunch fare. Through the Green are now back open after a brief hiatus so you know what to do. www.thruthegreencoffeeco.com

Baa Baa by Blacksheep foods, Chapelizod

If there is a cuter coffee shop in Dublin, we have yet to find it and with its proximity to The Phoenix Park and the Liffey, Baa Baa is perfectly positioned for a summer stroll, iced coffee in hand. Baa Baa have a selection of iced coffees and there is homemade lemonade too. If your walk builds an appetite, the sausage rolls are top notch and the cakes are almost too pretty to eat. Almost. www.blacksheepfoods.ie

Vice Coffee Inc., Middle Abbey Street and Baste, Portobello

The people at Vice Coffee know a thing or two about, well, coffee. Their Irish coffee concoction is legendary and their malted hot chocolate has sustained us through many a winters’ day but now, it’s iced coffee time. Keep it simple with a cold brew or push the boat out with something more decadent, it’s up to you. The Middle Abbey Street branch at Wigwam has also reopened so now you have even more options. www.vicecoffeeinc.com

The Bernard Shaw at Eatyard, Phibsborough

Three simple words that were meant for each other: Baileys. Iced. Coffee. If coffee was ever to have a soul mate, Baileys would be the Juliet to its Romeo. A match made in heaven and when chilled and poured over ice, the result is a summer sip that is as luxurious as it gets. Eatyard has an abundance of food and drink options every weekend from Thursday to Sunday, but for a canal side stroll in the sun, this has to be a strong contender for the perfect accompaniment. You will also find a selection of iced coffees from 3fe at Eatyard so the choices are endless. www.the-eatyard.com


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