3. Pule (Serbian donkey milk cheese), valued at $1,092 (RM4,561) per kg
Pule is made only from donkeys’ milk and it takes 25 litres of fresh milk to make a single kilogram, which will set you back a whopping €1,000, making it the world’s most expensive cheese. The Serbian farm, 50 miles west of Belgrade on an animal reserve is the only known manufacturer of the cheese in the world, with a herd of 130 donkeys that are all milked by hand. Donkey milk apparently has 60 times more vitamin C than cows milk and contains only one percent fat. It also boasts anti-allergen properties. The farm also bottles donkey milk and produced soap from the liquid.