Food & Drink

Around the World in 24 Toasts

No matter where you are, there’s always a reason to raise a glass and say “cheers.” But “cheers” means nothing to the non-English speakers of the world. While drinking may be a universal language, learning how to actually toast your drinking partners in their native language is not difficult. So break out the vodka for Mother Russia, liqueur for Germany, soju for South Korea or ouzo for the Greeks, and become a cultured polyglot with these 24 ways to say cheers around the world.