The name "boat drinks" comes from the song "Boat Drinks" by Jimmy Buffett from the album Volcano. Boat drinks are also known as umbrella drinks but are more commonly referred to as tiki drinks or exotic cocktails. These types of drinks are a class of cocktail generally containing rum and one or more fruit juices. They are usually garnished with Maraschino cherries or other fruit and often further ornamented with cocktail umbrellas. The quintessential boat drink is the mai tai. Outside of "Jimmy Buffett" culture and within the resurgent Tiki culture of today, these types of drinks are never referred to as "boat drinks". Instead, these types of cocktails are called "tiki drinks" or "exotic cocktails". The term "boat drinks" was not used to describe these cocktails until it was made popular by Jimmy Buffett.