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  • Crystal Brooks

    Pomegranate Heart Ice Cubes - 1/2c pomegranate seed, 2c water. For Mother's Day, Valentines Day

  • Atlantic Shopping

    Give your cocktails a Valentine's twist with these adorable heart shaped pomegranate seed ice cubs.

  • Rachel Rush

    Pomegranate Seed Ice Blocks!

  • Greenroom Toronto

    Perfect Valentines Day cocktail (Vodka Tonic - Pomegranate Heart Ice Cubes)

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