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  • Anna Junkans

    Holiday Drink - frozen coffee ice cubes + Baileys + vanilla vodka

  • Jessica McCarthy

    Summer cocktail: Freeze coffee as ice cubes and toss in a cup of Baileys and Vanilla Vodka. coffee ice cubes in chocolate milk would be really yummy!

  • Korean Bowling Seong-jo An

    frozen coffee ice cubes in milk hey coffee lovers ~Freeze coffee as ice cubes and use in almond milk.   omg

  • Renee Fawn

    Almond milk with black coffee ice cubes. Ah!

  • Patricia Recene

    Frozen Coffee Ice Cubes in Almond Milk or Bailey's: Not as good as it sounds... I think I still have coffee ice cubs in my freezer.

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