Mexico is notorious for their love of Tequila, but when you travel there you will notice that drinking is more of a celebration and social activity than anything else. When sports are on, Mexicans flock to local bars to grab a drink and cheers one another as their root for the home team.
Cheers in Mexican
Obviously there isn’t language called Mexican, but because we are often asked how to say cheers down there we thought it was important to list it. In Spanish the proper term is Salud. Salud means “health” so you are essentially drinking to everyone’s health. This meaning is common in many countries and Mexico is no different when it comes to tradition and culture.
The drinking age in Mexico is 18 so you may see some younger crowds down there toasting to one another all throughout the day. The next time you are down there grab a glass and toast a Salud to friends and local patrons.