Cinco-de-Mayo is a fun, festive holiday that celebrates Mexican heritage and pride.
This day actually commemorates a victory over the French army at the Battle of Puebla in 1862 and the victory became the symbol of Mexican unity and patriotism. Many people associate Cinco-de-Mayo with Mexican Independence day and like to exchange gifts on this occasion.
While Mariachi music, margaritas, Mexican beer, parades, and decorations are part of its celebration, here is the list of things that you can give as gift on Cinco-de-Mayo.
- Sombrero-This straw hat with a tall crown and broad brim is worn in American southwest and Mexico.
- Tequila-Manufactured from fermented juices of a tropical American plant, Tequila is Mexican liquor.
- Poncho-Poncho is a blanket-like cloak with a hole in the center for the head.
- Pinata-It is a kind of plaything that has a container filled with toys and candy. It is suspended from a height for blindfolded children to break with sticks.
Besides, you can also give Mariachi CD's, Margarita glasses, or Salsa jars as Cinco-de-Mayo gifts. Even books on Spanish language or Mexican cookery also make a good option for them who love reading or trying new cuisines.
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