"Your drink does not have ice."
Translation:La tua bevanda non ha ghiaccio.
"Drink" in English also means alcoholic drink (Can I buy you a drink?) so you use drink to mean both a beverage (which is what bevanda means) and an alcoholic beverage (bevanda alcolica). You could say bevanda alcolica but it's adding a detail not specified; it's like saying, your dress is long, and then translating that to, your pink dress is long. The drink could be alcoholic but it doesn't have to be. That's why it's better to say just "beverage" or bevanda because nothing else is specified.