- "A taste of sweetness in this bitter, bitter world."
- — Robert Englund
Deadshot Daiquiri is a Perk-a-Cola that is featured in Zombies. It was introduced in Call of the Dead and reappeared in Shangri-La, Moon, Mob of the Dead, Origins, The Giant, Der Eisendrache, Zetsubou No Shima, Gorod Krovi and Revelations. It is also available in the remastered versions of Nacht der Untoten, Verrückt, Shi No Numa, Kino der Toten, and Ascension via Der Wunderfizz. The perk is the Zombies version of Steady Aim, with the addition of three other features.
Deadshot Daiquiri costs 1500 points, but on the PC version in Call of Duty: Black Ops, it only costs 1000 points to compensate for the lack of aim assist when using a mouse and keyboard. In Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Call of Duty: Black Ops III it costs 1500 on all platforms. In Der Eisendrache, Gorod Krovi and Revelations it can only be obtained through the Wunderfizz machine and various gobblegums. In Zetsubou No Shima it can only be obtained through various gobblegums or a grown fruit plant. The perk makes the player's crosshairs narrower by 35%, moves the aim-assist lock-on location from the torso to the head, reduces all weapon recoil (only in Black Ops) and removes the idle sway from sniper rifles. Attempting to knife will lunge the blade at the enemy's face, which may cause a miss in low-gravity areas on Moon. The color of the perk is dark grey, and the icon is a scope reticle aiming at a head.
In Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, the perk when not upgraded moves the sight of the player's gun to the zombies' critical location while also removing scope sway. At Tier 1 the perk causes the player to deal 100% extra critical damage if an enemy which is at full health is shot. At Tier 2 the perk increases damage against armored pieces by 50%, while at Tier 3 it reduces hip-fire spread. At Tier 4 the perk increases critical damage by 10%, and at Tier 5 the perk causes each consecutive hit on the same enemy to deal 2% extra damage to a maximum of 20%.
- Call of the Dead - On the top floor of the lighthouse, next to the Zipline.
- Shangri La - Changes places among Double Tap Root Beer, PhD Flopper and Stamin-Up in the mines of the map.
- Moon - In the top floor of the laboratories near the door to the Bio-Dome.
- Mob of the Dead - Near the Uzi location inside the infirmary, before the stairs to the roof.
- Cell Block - To the right when entering the cafeteria.
- Origins - Can only be obtained from Der Wunderfizz machine.
- The Giant - In the left hallway, on small area covered by snow. It can only be received by throwing a Monkey Bomb into each teleporter and teleporting them to the mainframe. Even if the steps are followed, there's a chance of getting Stamin-Up instead of this Perk-a-Cola.
- Der Eisendrache - It can be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine, the Perkaholic or On The House GobbleGums, or by completing the main easter egg.
- Zetsubou No Shima - It can be obtained from a Perkaholic or On The House Gobblegum, completing the main easter egg, or getting it from a fruit grown by a plant that has been watered with three different types of water for three rounds.
- Gorod Krovi - It can be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine, the Perkaholic or On the House Gobblegums, or completing the main easter egg.
- Revelations - It can be obtained from either the Der Wunderfizz machine, the Perkaholic or On the House gobblegums or by completing the main Easter Egg.
- Nacht der Untoten (remastered version) - Can only be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine or the Perkaholic or On the House GobbleGum.
- Verrückt (remastered version) - Can only be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine or the Perkaholic or On the House GobbleGum.
- Shi No Numa (remastered version) - Can only be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine or the Perkaholic or On the House GobbleGum.
- Kino der Toten (remastered version) - Can only be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine or the Perkaholic or On the House GobbleGum.
- Ascension (remastered version) - Can only be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine or the Perkaholic or On the House GobbleGum.
- Shangri-La (remastered version) - Will spawn randomly in the mines and changes spawn with Stamin-Up, Double Tap Root Beer and Widow's Wine). Can also be obtained from a Random Perk Bottle by killing a zombie monkey as it cycles the power-up after it steals one. Can also be obtained from the Perkaholic or On the House GobbleGum.
- Moon (remastered version) - Spawns on the far right side in the Bio-Dome near the Mystery Box spawn. Can also be obtained from a Random Perk Bottle by either jumping multiple times on the bounce pads or spawning one with a QED. Can also be obtained from the Perkaholic or On the House GobbleGum and by completing the main easter egg.
- Origins (remastered version) - Can only be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine or the Perkaholic or On the House GobbleGum.
- Die Maschine - In the Weapons Lab.
- Firebase Z - Can be obtained from the Der Wunderfizz machine, or through the Legendary reward of the Trials.
The Deadshot Daiquiri machine seems to be less well put together compared to other Perk-A-Cola machines. It has a worn out grey and white paint job, with a screen with "Deadshot Daiquiri" on it. Under it are two soda fountains and a bottle dispenser, in the dispenser, one can see a broken wine glass. On the top, there is a large novelty margarita glass filled with blood. On the left rim of the glass, there is a lime slice with the Deadshot Daiquiri shield on it.
Like all returning Perk-a-Cola machines in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Deadshot Daiquiri has gotten a redesign that is still based off of the general design of the original. This version of the Deadshot machine is fashioned with various skulls across the machine, as well as spikes and two electric guitars on the top of the Daiquiri glass. It also has an electronic display screen where the logo would usually be, and, like all Perk machines in the game, now dispenses cans instead of the original glass bottles. Overall, this design, aesthetically, seems to be going for a mix between the punk-rock and heavy metal subcultures.
Call of Duty Online
- It is based on the cocktail Daiquiri.
- According to the characters, this perk has a really sweet taste, with Samantha claiming it tastes like strawberries.
- Nikolai and Dempsey seem to be the only ones that dislike the perk. Nikolai dislikes it because it makes him feel sober (oddly enough, as daiquiri is an alcoholic beverage).
- Even if aim assist is disabled in the settings, the aim assist effect will still be present after buying the perk.
- The perk's icon looks similar to the headshot icon in Call of Duty: Zombies.
- At the end of the jingle, it is possible to hear a crowd screaming and clapping.
- In Mob of the Dead and Cell Block, the bottles for Deadshot Daiquiri do not feature the perk's logo around the neck of the bottle. This is corrected in Origins, however.
- In The Giant, the Deadshot Daiquiri machine uses a slightly enhanced version of the textures from Call of Duty: Black Ops, though is otherwise identical.
- There is an unused model for Deadshot Daiquiri in Black Ops III which is closer to the other Perk-a-Cola machines in terms of graphical detail.
- In the Italian version of Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies, it is called "Lethal Daiquiri".
- The backing track used for the Deadshot Daquiri jingle comes from a stock track entitled "We Love Rock "n" Roll". 
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
- According to the nutrition facts on the Deadshot Daiquiri can, one can of Deadshot Daiquiri contains: 666 calories, 0g of total fat, 45g of sodium, 45g of total carb, 25g of sugars, and 0g of protein.
- According to the ingredients list on the Deadshot Daiquiri can, Deadshot Daiquiri contains the following: Denatured rum, 'caine sugar, strawberry oil, ginseng, turmeric, ginko biloba, and dehydrated eye of newt.