One of the most exotic and therefore expensive cheeses is the one made from moose milk. It is produced hard and long and only on a farm in the northern part of Sweden. On an area of 59 acres, the owners raise 3 moose, which bear the sonorous names of Gillian, Helga and Juna.
Animals are not milked before May and after September. Cheese contains 12% fat and 12% protein. Annually, the farm produces only 330 kilograms of it, and one kilogram costs about 300 dollars.
This is many times less than the price of donkey milk cheese. It is made from the milk of about 100 donkeys from the Zasavica reserve, north of Belgrade. The cheese is low-fat and one pita requires about 25 liters of donkey milk. A kilogram of it costs 500 euros.