Tyne Chease

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  • Vegan
    ( 5 reviews )

Chillingham Rd, Heaton, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, NE6 5LQ

No storefront. Local producer of cultured nut cheese. Flavors include classic, garlic and herb, smokey paprika, chilli flakes, ale and mustard, za'atar roule and soft macadamia.

5 Reviews

First Review by SaraFitz

good stuff - Edit

A festival mainstay with an interesting concept. The cheese can be frozen for three months which is pretty good as normally cashew cheese has a couple of weeks.
Lots of interesting flavours and with looking out for.

Pros: choice, staff

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Say chease - Edit

The cheese here is excellent and there are a variety of different flavours available. I tend to buy tyne chease at vegan food festivals or at Alt Stores and over the years my personal favourites would have to be the ale and mustard and chilli flakes cheases. You can also freeze the cheese, which is very handy. Due to the ingredients used, the cheese is not cheap but it is worthwhile in my opinion as you are getting a luxury cheese.

Pros: Amazing cheese, Great selection, Freezable

Cons: Expensive

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sublime vegan cheese - Edit

This is the best vegan cheese I have ever tried. It is really exceptional, the quality and presentation are excellent and I have even found it to impress non vegan cheese connoisseurs. I tend to not buy it regularly because the price is quite high though it is worth every penny and is a must for special occasions.

Pros: amazing taste and texture

Cons: price is rather high

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It's Nuts - Edit

Small, local and independent hand made vegan cheese made from cultured cashew nuts and other natural ingredients. Having sampled and purchased their products at local vegan fayres I have to say this cheese is something special. Very special. My great local Happy Cow colleague "Dead Pledge" recently purchased the complete range of cheases and cannot speak of them highly enough. At first you had to be prepared to pay £9.95 for a piece of art presented in a circular balsa wood box or 2 for £18. Yes, its pricey but I can imagine a lot of work needs to go into each product so as a special treat it's definitely worth it. However, in the first quarter of 2016 prices have been reviewed to a much more reasonable £7.95. This is truly great news and will be sure to attract more business. Vegan cheese has come a long way since the Cheezly days. Tyne Chease hopefully has a great future ahead and has obviously worked on making those prices a bit more competitive since my original review in 2015. For me it's up there with Vegusto as one of the UK market leaders. By the way, you can also freeze it!

Pros: very tasty, great range of flavours, locally produced

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First vegan cheese I tried (and I'm glad!) - Edit

I'm originally from Glasgow and always heard people talking about this cheese whenever there were vegan festival in Scotland. Little did I realise that - now living in Newcastle - I had easy access to their cheese whenever I wanted!

It's a little pricey but absolutely delicious. Goes great on crackers but also made into a cheese sauce as it melts great. It's freezable too so great to portion out and get your money's worth as mine went out of date just a couple weeks after I bougt it (which is understandable considering the ingredients)

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