Waikato makes world’s first Tea Gouda

Waikato makes world’s first Tea Gouda

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Ian Proudfoot

Global Head of Agribusiness, Partner - Audit

KPMG in New Zealand


[10 November, Rural News]

Two Waikato producers, Zealong Tea Estate and Meyer Cheese have jointly created the world’s first tea-infused cheese - Tea Gouda cheese. The product is sold online via Meyer Cheese website, and it will be available for tasting at the Auckland Food Show later this month. Made with cow’s milk, the Tea Gouda cheese comes in two versions: one infused with Zealong Green tea, while the other with Zealong Black tea and aged on wood for four weeks with turning daily.

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