The usual types of cheese use cow, goat, sheep and buffalo milk. The rarer ones, yak. But perhaps the rarest is donkey milk. Photos: Robb Report Singapore
The usual types of cheese use cow, goat, sheep and buffalo milk. The rarer ones, yak. But perhaps the rarest is donkey milk. Photos: Robb Report Singapore

Why is pule – a Serbian donkey-goat cheese – the most expensive cheese in the world?

  • The donkeys milked for the cheese live on a farm in the Zasavica Special Nature Reserve in Serbia, and the owner, Slobodan Simić, is the world’s only producer

The usual types of cheese use cow, goat, sheep and buffalo milk. The rarer ones, yak. But perhaps the rarest is donkey milk. Photos: Robb Report Singapore
The usual types of cheese use cow, goat, sheep and buffalo milk. The rarer ones, yak. But perhaps the rarest is donkey milk. Photos: Robb Report Singapore
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