ROK Kombucha, a different kind of bubbles you can enjoy over the holidays

Bubbles with benefits!

By Team Triple White • 4 years ago • HEALTH & FITNESS


We’re not going to judge you if your preferred drink of choice this Christmas is a glass of champas, but if you’re in the mood for a different kind of bubbles, let us introduce you to rok Kombucha!

rok Kombucha (rok standing for raw, organic kombucha) is hand-crafted in Western Australia’s Margaret River by husband and wife duo, Trent and Amanda Carroll.

The ex-AFL player has taken his expertise in winemaking and extensive knowledge in fermentation and brewing and combined it with Amanda’s business and marketing know-how to develop a product that is all the rage in the health and wellness world right now.

Passionate about creating an authentic, premium kombucha that is free from sweeteners, nasty flavourings and additives, and bursting with gut-loving probiotics, each bottle of rok contains millions of beneficial yeast, bacteria and digestive enzymes.

It’s brewed with the highest quality white and green tea (higher in antioxidants than black tea), filtered Margaret River water, raw organic sugar and cold pressed juices for flavour (cue; classic booch, berry beats, ginger pop, passionfruit rap and lemon licks).

While you’re deciding on which one you want to try first, here’s a list of some of the benefits associated with kombucha!

  • Kombucha contains naturally fermented probiotics that help maintain healthy gut flora by increasing the number of beneficial organisms
  • Healthy gut flora improves digestion, fights candida overgrowt, improves mental clarity and stabilises moods
  • Kombucha enhances the absorption of minerals (particularly calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, phosphorous and copper)
  • The enzymes and bacterial acids in kombucha assist in the detoxification of the body
  • Kombucha contains antioxidants which help boost your immunity and slow the ageing process



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