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The ‘Exterminator’ cocktail is NOT for the faint of heart – this deadly drink contains nearly twice the amount of alcohol in a standard Long Island Iced Tea! Though aggressive and ready to exterminate you, this drink (not unlike the Daleks) is fun and completely addictive.
1 oz. Light Rum
1 oz. Dark Rum
1 oz. Kraken Black Spiced Rum
½ oz. Agave Nectar
½ oz. Amaretto
½ oz. Triple Sec
¼ oz. Grenadine
2 oz. Orange Juice
2 oz. Pineapple Juice
Pour all ingredients into a mixer with ice, shake well, serve blended or on the rocks in Collins glass with pineapple flag garnish.
The Doctor’s oldest recurring enemy and perhaps the most evil creatures in the universe, the Daleks were created on the planet Skaro by the genius meglomaniac Davros. First appearing in the second ever Doctor Who story, the Daleks were genetically modified from a race known as the Kaleds during a thousand year war against the Thals in an attempt to not only win the war but become the ultimate rulers of the universe. They are a squid-like creature encapsulated by an armored body between 5 and 6½ feet tall. Though defeated over and over by The Doctor throughout the years, the Daleks always somehow managed to spring back to launch another attack on the cosmos. Finally, they turned their attentions towards the Time Lords and waged a deadly Time War – which The Doctor finally ended by Time Locking both the Time Lords and the Daleks, essentially killing them all. The Daleks, however, still managed to survive, and continue to wage war against The Doctor and all non-Dalek life even to this day.
The Daleks were created in 1963 by Terry Nation and designed by Raymond Cusick. They have appeared onscreen with every Doctor to date (except for the 8th incarnation).
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