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  • Heather Marie

    Fruit Ice Cubes: Add Mint, Lemon Slices or Fresh Blueberries to Ice Cube Trays, Fill with Distilled Water & Freeze Overnight. Add to Lemonades or Waters for Refreshing Twist.

  • Kimberly Day

    Great idea for summer drinks. Flavored ice cubes

  • Joanna T

    Summer Ice Cubes. Just freeze fruits or herbs of your choice in an ice cube tray for flavored ice cubes.

  • Nina Caputo

    Summer Ice Cub

  • Amina J.

    Summer Time Ice Cubes.- What a great Idea!

  • luisa benvenutti

    lemon slices, blueberries & mint leaves + water in ice cube tray = summer ice cubes :)

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Great Idea, Ice Cubs, Summer Drinks, Lemon Slices, Fruit Ice Cubes, Summer Ice, Flavored Ice Cubes, Ice Cubes Trays, Summer Time

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