Java Run, a company of drive-thru coffee stands in Roseburg, has added a new location at 2644 Diamond Lake Blvd., Roseburg.

The Java Run Express opened Aug. 30 in the old location of Umpqua Coffee to be the business’s fourth coffee stand.

Co-owner Ronda Paschke said the new express drive-thru will serve customers in a different part of town. She added the Java Run locations all offer organic, fair trade coffee without compromising on quality.

“We have high standards as far as the product that goes out the window and we have an extensive training process,” Paschke said.

Java Run offers seasonal specials throughout the year, including pear, lavender, basil and cucumber for the summer. Now the business is gearing up for fall with pumpkin flavors, and its most popular drink is the cowboy, a mocha-based drink with hazelnut and caramel.

Co-owners Ronda and Darren Paschke and Dennis and Lori Yeo purchased the first stand on Stephens Street in 2001, followed by another on Harvard Avenue. Java Run remodeled its Harvard location to create a larger building with two windows in December 2015 and opened a third stand in Green in February 2016.

Ronda Paschke said the remodel helped the business and allowed its customers to easily access the windows efficiently.

“Within the stand itself we have a fun ambiance with fun lights hanging from the ceiling,” Ronda Paschke said, describing the Harvard stand. The Green stand, she added, has attracted both old and new customers.

“Since that third location we have grown our business exponentially and it’s given us a more recognizable name within the community.

Ronda Paschke said she has a lot of pride in her staff of baristas, who are focused on customer service and developing a relationship with the customers.

Reporter Emily Hoard can be reached at 541-957-4217 or ehoard@nrtoday.com. Or follow her on Twitter @hoard_emily.

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Business, Natural Resources and Outdoors Reporter

Emily Hoard is the business, outdoors and natural resources reporter for The News-Review. She can be reached at 541-957-4217 or by email at ehoard@nrtoday.com. Follow her on Twitter @hoard_emily.

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