Just cut up a bunch of Peach wood and saved some saw dust. The coffee can and soldering iron approach is what will be used. Works great. Just make sure it is a new iron. Don't want any lead smoke in there with the cheese.
Your burner may get too hot but you could try it. I use to smoke cheese on my propane smoker but had a really hard time keeping the temps below 200 so I had to watch it all the time and flip it when it started to melt through the grates. I now use the soldering iron in a soup can and it works great. I am going to get one of the A Maze N Smokers though those are so slick.