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The Newly Redesigned Wolf Built-In Coffee System

Meet the newly redesigned Wolf Built-In Coffee System. This refined system makes it easier than ever to become your own at-home barista, with new and easy-to-use features. Read on to discover how you can create cafe-quality beverages from your own home.

Full-Color Touchscreen

Customize every aspect of your beverage with the touch of a finger. Easily customize beverage type, strength, temperature, quantity, and milk preference. Six independent user profiles ensure your favorites are ready for you, whenever you are.

Easy to Clean

The coffee system is self-cleaning, automatically rinsing at startup and shutdown. With the unique design of the milk container, milk bypasses the system entirely – making cleaning as simple as the twist of a knob.

Coffee Your Way

Choose from over 15 beverage options, with or without customizations. Use the insulated milk container with froth regulator to brew anything from a latte to a flat white. The professional-style burr grinder with grind adjustment accepts whole beans or ground coffee, and presents the option to stick with standard brews or richer blends.

Refined Design

Not requiring special water lines, the system can be installed nearly anywhere, and its elegant, modern aesthetic integrates beautifully into kitchens, offices, and bedrooms of all styles.

The Perfect Pair

Include the Wolf Cup Warming Drawer with your coffee system, and ensure you always have a warm glass at the ready.

Additional Features
84.5-ounce water tank.
Height-adjustment, dual dispensing coffee spout.
Discreet in-unit storage.
Available in 24-inch and 30-inch sizes.

Want to learn more? Plan a visit to our showroom or your closest living kitchen dealer to learn how you can beautifully integrate the redesigned Wolf Coffee System into your kitchen, office, bedroom, and beyond.

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