Mora Ice Cream

Written by on August 28, 2011 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Poulsbo, Washington

Mora Iced Creamery

How I heard of this place: I first found out about Mora on a trip to Bainbridge Island last summer. Now, returning to the peninsula for my wedding, I had to give my Austrian and Californian family a complete tour of Poulsbo, including a stop at Mora!

Mora Iced Creamery Menu & Counter

Type of cuisine: Ice creams, shakes, sorbets and yogurts, as well as other sweet concoctions including an affogato, a molten chocolate lava cake and the like.

Mora Iced Creamery Behind the Bar

Ambiance: Casual, contemporary, sleek. Only two small tables and four chairs are found inside this location, with no outdoor seating. But the proximity to a small park, overlooking the harbor makes it the perfect take-away ice cream joint.

What I ordered: On this hot, summer day, my trip to Mora included coconut and dark chocolate ice creams. The youngest of our dining companions enjoyed the tart citron (lemon sorbet) in a classic ice cream cone, leaving the bottom half to be shared amongst us adults. Another of my dining companions selected a smoothie – with pineapple and mango.

Mora Iced Creamery Inside

On a return visit, Saturday, 28 March 2015Three of us returned to Mora after our adventures throughout Bainbridge and Poulsbo, ending our visit at this Iced Creamery. On this visit, my husband and I, each ordered a Waffle Bowl ($1) with two flavors ($5.65). For him, Dulce de Leche with Shaved Chocolate, and Coconut, for me, Espresso Mocha with Chocolate Peanut Butter Moreno.

Mora Iced Creamery Waffle Bowl

Our friend and fellow adventurer opted for the Molten Cake (Single $5.50) with Vanilla ice cream.

Mora Iced Creamery Brownie MORA

What I loved: Being a sunny day and having the opportunity to enjoy the ice creams in the warmth of the sun, overlooking the water, I most thoroughly enjoyed the citron sample. The combination of dark chocolate with coconut-flavored ice cream, complete with shredded coconut made for the perfect summer treat.

Why I loved it: This ice cream sojourn was a beautiful end to a weekend of wedding festivities with family and friends from near and far…a delightful treat after an hour of kayaking with the local wildlife (seals & seagulls), and a beautiful beginning to sharing my life with the love of mine…

Mora Iced Creamery Register

Cost: Average ($5.65 for two generous scoops of ice cream)

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