"We drink strawberry juice."
Translation:Nós bebemos suco de morango.
note that in english the two have very distinct meanings.. although technically both are probably correct.
- Strawberry juice = suco/sumo de morango
- Juice of the Strawberry = suco/sumo do morango
While you're not so often going to run into this with strawberries specifically, there are some products with a history and local context while are "juice of the something" rather than just plain old "something juice".
Specifically to a specific type of fruit, "juice of the pomegranate" is an example I ran into in google. I was used to make wine. Similarly "juice of the barley" is an irish song about beer.