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Explanation: tűz - the second letter is an "u" with two acute (right leaning) accents.
I don't quite get the "cheese" context. Perhaps you mean "fiery", in the meaning of hot/spicey? In this case your word must be "tüzes", this time the "u" has two dots above (like umlaut in German). A general term for hot/spivey is "csípős".