Adolf Rambold

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Adolf Rambold (* 5 October 1900 in Stuttgart; 14 May 1996 in Meerbusch) was a German inventor and engineer.


Rambold worked for German company Teekanne. In 1929, he invented the modern form of tea bags with two chambers. He is also inventor of a tea bag packing machine.[1]

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  1. ^ WDR:14. Mai 1996 – Teebeutel-Entwickler Adolf Rambold stirbt:Aroma aus der Doppelkammer (german)