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These are the Millennium Falcon ice molds you’re looking for
Drink like a roguish smuggler.
Resist the empire (and triple-digit degree weather) with a refreshing summer cocktail. Cool down your drinks with these Millennium Falcon Ice Molds.
These silicone molds turn regular water into frozen replicas of the iconic spaceship from Star Wars. Whether you prefer the dark or light side, these stylish ice cubes will make you feel like you’re hanging with a couple of unsavory aliens at the Mos Eisley Cantina.
Each Millennium Falcon Ice Mold has two wells so you can make two at a time. Put one in your drink and give the other to your hairy co-pilot. Or, keep both ice cubes for yourself, you scoundrel.
The Millennium Falcon Ice Molds are available on the Daily Dot Store for $9.99 (regularly $14.99).
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