About Us

Keeping it local, making it yours.

RedEye Coffee is a nonprofit that's proudly owned by Independence Landing. We're the same RedEye you've grown to love, but now - every coffee, every catering order, every toast - is helping our neighbors with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities live independently. We're proudly roasting in Tallahassee, and have exciting plans to open a coffee roasting training program in 2024 for residents of Independence Landing. We celebrate kindness and are passionate champions for local businesses and the amazing nonprofits that serve our region. And, we try to spread a little thing we call #RELove in everything we do.

Learn more about Independence Landing and their mission here!

Great coffee, greater impact.

We put ethics and sustainability at the core of our business, and believe that every cup of RedEye coffee should make the world a better place (in more ways than one!)

We're proud to intentionally source our coffees from farms and co-ops with ethical practices and empowerment opportunities for their community members.

We hope you feel good knowing that your purchase at RedEye contributes to a positive impact locally and globally.

Learn More About Our Local Efforts

Meet Our Leadership Team

Dale Barnes - Red Eye Employee

Dale Barnes

Store Lead - Midtown
Favorite Drink: Nitro Cold Brew with Coconut & White Chocolate

Rose Wharton - Red Eye Coffee

Rose Wharton

Store Lead - Midtown
Favorite Drink: Iced Golden Sunrise Tea with Honey

Addison Ricca - Red Eye Employee

Addison Ricca

Store Lead - Midtown
Favorite Drink: Iced Lavender Vanilla Latte with Oat Milk

Emily Graff - Red Eye Employee

Emily Graff

Store Lead - Capital Circle
Favorite Drink: Iced Jasmine Green with Honey

Get to know Kim, the Executive Director of Independence Landing

Favorite Drink: Mexican Mocha Latte

Kim Galban-Countryman is the Executive Director of Independence Landing, and our new fearless leader here at RedEye. With a history for passionate leadership and service at non-profits in the Tallahassee area and a long-time love for coffee, Kim is now combining the two to help us, help others. She is grateful for the opportunity to create a coffee roasting training program through RedEye in 2024 (the first & only of its kind in the Big Bend!) to support the independence of our neighbors with intellectual and or developmental disabilities. To join us at the forefront of corporate responsibility, local-centric business practices, and thoughtful sustainability, send us a message at info@redeyecoffee.com. We're always going to be better together.