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  • Sumer Grissom

    I love this idea! Mint ice cubs for summer mojitos! (Daniel Bear extra tip: boil the water before you make the cubes and they'll freeze clear!)

  • Kelly Durham

    Mint ice cubes - Recipe: Inside Out Summer Mojitos

  • Sandi

    It's happy hour time, and these sound amazing: inside out summer mojitos. But I'm more intrigued by the idea of mint leaves frozen in ice cubes-- bob marleys!

  • Jane Clay Meadors

    Mint ice cubes-- good for derby party

  • Staff Parking

    It's happy hour time, and these sound amazing: inside out summer mojitos! awesome ice cubes would be wonderful for mint juleps as well!

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