to Redeemed Coffee Company, a new online coffee shop inspired by the healing comfort of coffee.



Barbara's Roast

Our dark roast is named after my sister because she has always been a constant support in all the dark moments. She has been an essential part of my up bringing, has been my best friend, and will always be one of the first people I turn to when things get dark but also the first person I want to celebrate with when we find the light out of the dark. Our new dark roast is a single origin from Brazil with tasting notes of smoky raspberry, dark chocolate, and anise. We hope you love it!


Morning Coffee
(v.) to make fresh again; to relieve from fatigue or depression.

There’s no denying the fact that coffee refreshes us all in some way, shape or form. Redeemed Coffee celebrates the opportunity to be refreshed everyday by just a few simple beans.

Girls in a Coffee Shop
(v.) to give new life or energy to

Whether it's an extra pep in your step or the liquid courage to conquer the day, coffee makes us feel anew. Redeemed Coffee brews to reinvigorate your mind, body + spirit.

Holding Hands
(v.) to free from what distresses or harms

Redeemed Coffee invites everyone to come to the table for freeing conversations. Allow the healing power of coffee and togetherness to change your perspective and lighten your burdens.

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Our Current Partner: atTack addiction

In Loving Memory of Dee

My father dealt with his alcohol addiction for most of my life and was constantly battling with who he was past that addiction. Living with him and being his daughter was not always easy. It is so painful to watch someone you love so much be overcome by addiction but the biggest lesson I have learned from my Dad is grace.


He was a son, father, friend, Christ follower, dessert enthusiast, and the biggest Dallas Cowboys fan you have ever met.  He had the best silliest sense of humor and always believed that me and my sister could do anything we wanted to do in life. I hope to make you proud Dad.

atTAcK addiction is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group created in memory of Tyler Armstrong Keister after his accidental overdose. Our goal is to help young people realize the dangers of alcohol and drugs so that they and their families never have to experience the pain, tragedy and loneliness that accompany addiction. 

The main purpose of the group is to educate and bring awareness of addiction as a disease, rather than the stigma that is suffered in shame by the person with the disease and their loved ones. Attack Addiction seeks to educate by speaking at schools, prisons and any other venues where there is an interest in learning more about the disease of addiction. We strive to bring real and effective change to existing drug policy, We are not a support group, but we end up supporting those in recovery, those who have a loved one in recovery or those who have lost a loved one to the disease.