Ice cream is delicious, but I barely got a half a scoop of ice cream on my cone for my five dollars. Not worth it!
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The butter beer was sooo smooth and delicious!! Now that I’m back in Montana I’m craving it. Quite a variety of flavors as well. The chocolate wasabi was also very tasty, it was hard to choose just one. Also was not crazy busy and service...More
Never have I seen such vibrant colored, interesting flavor combinations or delicious ice cream. Not to be beat anywhere. It was so good we stopped for a second serving in the Bar Harbor location (48 degree weather) and this time got a double scoop!
The ice cream is of great quality - dense with lots of flavors and bits of ginger. There were other interesting flavors I would have loved to try.
If you are wandering around the Old Port it is hard to pass by an ice cream shop with such fun flavor choices. The guy at the counter was uninterested in giving tastes but I did get a few in before choosing brigadiero - very...More
Excellent selection of flavors from the classics to uniques! I went for the "cranberry bliss bar" (mild orange/citrus base, white choc chips, cranberries and nuts). Delicious, yet not overwhelming...so the last nite was as good as the first!
Mt. Desert Island Ice Cream is really gelato and sorbet, not ice cream. That said, it was still interesting shop. There are about 16 flavors, but some off the wall choices. We had fig, and a lavender hibiscus. Both very different and very good. If...More
Plain vanilla is a wonderful choice in any ice cream made with quality ingredients and Mt. Desert Ice Cream's vanilla doesn't disappoint. But most ice cream eaters will be tempted away from a standard flavor to try one of Mt. Desert's many unique offerings. No...More
Rumored that Obama loves their ice cream (the coconut in particular) I knew I had to stop by. I got the Maine caramel sea salt, and man was it good! So many creative flavors I wish I could have gotten them all!
It is funny how many reviewers complain about the "small servings and overpriced ice cream". I didn't find the prices any more expensive than NYC, Chicago, the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone or any other tourist location. If you’re looking to feast on the more traditional flavors...More