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Tired of the monotony of life? Cinco De Mayo is a time to celebrate and do something different! Check out our list of 4 festive flavors below Plus get 30% off Mech Sauce products so you can keep the party going all night.

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We compiled a list of neat facts you probably didn't know about Cinco de Mayo. Share them with your friends and impress them with some unexpected trivia!

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Contrary to popular belief, Cinco de Mayo is not a celebration of Mexico’s Independence (which is actually September 16th), but rather a celebration of Mexico’s victory in the battle at Puebla on May 5th, 1862 during the Franco-Mexican war. It was an unlikely win for the Mexican militia who were heavily outnumbered by the French. The victory became a source of pride for the country and is the reason we continue to celebrate today.

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Was the name given to Mussolini by his parents, who admired Juárez, the Mexican president who led the resistance against the French.


French troops were defeated by only 2,000 Mexican soldiers at the Battle of Puebla

Ulterior motives

Napoleon's plans were to turn the Puebla area into a base where the French could send troops to the Confederate Army to aid in the Civil War.


Mexico won the battle, but not the war, and they still fell under French control for 5 years. Put in charge was Emperor Maximilian from Austria.

Not a Holiday in Mexico

On May 9, 1862 President Benito Juárez declared May 5th "Battle of Puebla Day" or "Battle of Cinco de Mayo". However, it's no longer considered a holiday in Mexico.


Mariachi music originated in Jalisco and has been around since the 19th century. The musicians would travel singing songs about valiant heroes and carrying news.

Traditional clothing

If you've ever been to a Cinco de Mayo parade or celebration you may have seen the traditional clothing, called the "China Poblana" and the "Charro".

the Guac is extra (good)

According to the California Avocado Commission, Americans consume up to 81 million pounds of avocados on Cinco de Mayo, and a staggering total of 1.9 billion pounds of the fruit every year. That's a lot of guac!

Official Dish

The official dish of Cinco de Mayo is Mole Poblano. The dish originated in Puebla and features a unique sauce that contains chili pepper, chocolate and spices.


The Margarita is labelled as the official drink of Cinco de Mayo. However, it wasn't invented until more than 50 years after celebrations first began.

unexpected roots

Piñatas are a common sight to see in Cinco de Mayo celebrations, they're filled with candies and trinkets. However, their origin can actually be traced back to China.

It may surprise you to find out that Cinco de Mayo celebrations are more widespread in the United States than in Mexico. In fact, Fiesta Broadway claims to be the largest Cinco de Mayo celebration anywhere in the world, with over 300,000 people that gather from all over to enjoy the food and entertainment. This annual festival takes place in Los Angeles, California.


Cinco de Mayo celebrations began in the United States after the "Good Neighbor Policy" was enacted in 1933 by President Franklin Roosevelt to improve relations with Latin American countries.


In 2005, Cinco de Mayo became officially recognized as a holiday here in the United States after Congress recognized the historical significance of the holiday and called upon the President to make a proclamation for the holiday to be celebrated here.

Celebrate our way

Check out our top 4 Cinco De Mayo Flavors, then get 30% our entire store using the coupon code below!



Cool and refreshing menthol is balanced by the tartness of lime, and the sweet tang of blueberries. A perfect combination for spirits.

slaughter melon

The perfect flavor that represents both warm weather and good times. Strawberry and watermelon come together to provide a sweet and refreshing vaping experience.

hawaiian headbutt

Enjoy this sweet, fruity treat without the sticky hands. It smells delicious and tastes even better, strawberry and mango blends satiate your sweet tooth.

wacko tobacco

The closest thing to a real cigar! It's packed with the full, robust smooth flavor of the real thing. Fun fact: you can't spell 'tobacco" without 'taco'!