By Euro Weekly News Media • 07 January 2013 • 13:55
THE most expensive cheese in the world comes from the Serbian donkey.
The average dairy cow can produce more milk in six weeks than the entire farm of 130 donkeys, outside of Belgrade, Serbia, can produce in a year and 25 litres of donkey milk are needed to make one kilo of cheese. This could account for its price tag £1,000 (€1,219) a kilo.
The cheese is not commercially produced at present, but there are hopes it could soon be on the shelves of Harrods department store.
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