Front of pack shot of Bulla Murray St Ice Creamery Choc Mint Sundae Ice Cream on a kitchen bench.

Review Of Murray Street Ice Creamery Choc Mint Sundae

Murray St Ice Creamery Choc Mint Sundae 1L is a relatively new ice cream in Aussie supermarket freezers. This review looks at the good and bad features of this tub and whether it’s worth your money.

Murray St Choc Mint & Banoffee Ice Cream Tubs side by side on a countertop.
Two new additions to the Murray St Ice Creamery range.

Quick rundown

Murray Street Ice Creamery Choc Mint Ice Cream is a relatively new product found in supermarkets across Australia. It is produced by Bulla, part of a range of one-litre tubs.

This brand is positioned as a premium product going head-to-head with Connoisseur. It is more affordable than super-premium brands like Ben & Jerry’s and Haagen-Dazs.

Bulla describes these tubs as the “creamiest premiumest” ice cream they make.

Closeup of an opened container of Murray St Choc Mint Sundae ice cream.
An irresistible swirl.

Is it worth the money?

Choc mint lovers will rejoice at this new offering by Bulla Murray St. It’s a delicious ice cream that tips its hat at a traditional flavour, then takes it up a level.

The chocolate and mint ice cream base is what you’d expect from Murray St Ice Creamery products. It’s super-creamy and indulgent, thanks to fresh cream, milk, and free-range egg yolk.

Zoomed in image of a large scoop of choc mint sundae ice cream resting on the opened tub.
Creamy, rich, and decadent.

As I drove my spoon into the frozen dessert, hidden pockets of chocolate fudge sauce were never far away. Unlike some mix-ins that are hard and icy once frozen, this one quickly turned mouth-wateringly oozy once removed from the freezer.

Most mint ice cream brands include choc chips, which some people find hard and unpleasant. Murray St’s version is an excellent alternative, offering a smoother texture without the tiny bullet-like choc chips throughout.

  • Artisan-style premium ice cream most will appreciate.
  • An excellent alternative to mint choc chip.
  • Connoisseur Mint And Cookies and Streets Blue Ribbon Chocolate Mint Reduced Fat Ice Cream are similar alternatives.

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Murray St. Choc Mint Sundae is a delicious craft-style ice cream that most will enjoy. The mint and chocolate ice creams are soft and creamy without too much sweetness. There are roughly equal amounts of each flavour in the container.

Fresh milk, cream, and free-range egg yolk give the ice cream an indulgent, rich flavour. The texture is also excellent, like you’d expect from a container of premium ice cream. It is soft and easily scoopable.

Bird's eye view of a partly eaten one-litre pack of Bulla Choc Mint Sundae Ice Cream.
The sauce is oozy and hard to fault.


The Murray Street Ice Cream range is made in Australia using local cream, milk, and egg yolks.

  • 23% of this frozen dessert is milk and cream, providing a creamier, more premium product. Cheaper alternatives typically include more water, reconstituted skim milk, and other low-cost ingredients.
  • Choc fudge sauce makes up 10% of the tub’s contents.
  • Unlike more expensive brands, like Haagen-Dazs, this ice cream has added emulsifiers, thickeners, and colours.

Ingredients list: Fresh milk, fresh cream (milk) (23%), sugar, water, milk solids, glucose syrup, dextrose, cocoa solids (2%), emulsifiers (422, 471), egg yolk, thickeners (1442, guar gum, carrageenan, locust bean gum), colours (vegetable carbon, 141), natural flavours, salt, acidity regulator (citric acid).

Milk fat

Milk fat plays a vital role in texture and mouthfeel. More of it results in a creamier, smoother dessert associated with superior ice cream.

Murray St Choc Mint Sundae ice cream contains 12% milk fat. That’s higher than most family-pack ice creams like Streets Blue Ribbon Chocolate Mint Reduced Fat Ice Cream, which has 6%. But i’s lower than brands like Haagen-Dazs. For example, a tub of their Salted Caramel ice cream has 16% milk fat.

Angled top-down image of Murray St Ice Cream, Mint Choc Sundae Flavour.
It’s got 12% milk fat content.

Nutrition information

No ice cream is good for you, so eat it in moderation. Murray St. Caramel Swirl has 7.7g of saturated fat per 100g and 24.3g of sugar. Health-conscious eaters may prefer Blue Ribbon Streets Chocolate Mint Reduced Fat Ice Cream.

Servings per package: 10
Serving size: 72g

Nutrition table

 Quantity per ServingQuantity per 100g
Fat, Total8.2g11.4g
Dietary Fibre


  • Excellent artisan ice cream in a decent-sized 1L pack.
  • Moreish flavour profile, not too sweet.
  • Made in Australia with fresh milk, cream, and egg yolks.


  • Relatively expensive.

What other flavours are available in the Murray Street range?

Flavour options vary depending on the country, but you’ll find the following additional products in Australian stores:

  • Banoffee.
  • Chocolate and Fudge Ripple.
  • Vanilla Bean.
  • Strawberries and Cream.
  • Vanilla and Boysenberry Swirl.
  • Honey and Salted Caramel Peanut.
A cat sniffing at an opened tub of Murray St Ice Creamery Ice Cream.
This cat is always waiting for me to turn my back.

About the manufacturer

The Murray Street Ice Creamery has a range of premium ice creams sold in Australia and other parts of the world. The brand is owned by Bulla, an Australian company making ice cream since 1929.

The factory where this ice cream is made is on the main street in Colac, Victoria.

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