The Mini-Remote and the Insteon LED bulbs. Use the Insteon RF Frequency of 915MHz. Unless you can find an LED bulb. To process the Mini-Remotes 915MHz RF signals and control the LED bulb. You may have a difficult time.
I also doubt that the Insteon protocol is used. As it is patented and needs Smartlabs licensing.
The bulbs in your link. Read like they have their own control protocol on the 915MHz RF frequency.
915MHz is used by many electronic devices. As it is one of the frequencies allotted for electronic devices to use unlicensed just meets FCC standards. Using the same 915MHz frequency will not guarantee a Mini-Remote would work.
You may have to go to a Insteon Module controlling the off the shelf LED bulbs. That is controlled by the Mini-Remote
Insteon uses 915 to send it's OWN signal not simply talk to a 915mhz device. That bulb WILL NOT work with Insteon without some type of device in between translating the signal.
Interoperability does not mean it'll work with every single thing out there. If you notice on that page, all that it discusses in terms of usage is insteon devices.
I would listen to the advice of the members as they are extensive users and posters for quite some time. There's a great wealth of knowledge and experience responding. In the end experience is the best teacher. While it won't work at least you'll be able to see for yourself. The only thing you'll be out of is time and money.