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
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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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