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The ranking of the 10 most expensive cheeses in the world

How can a slice of cheese cost a hundred euros? Just read the ingredients of some of these cheeses to understand that the prices could be even higher ...


Everyone loves cheese . Whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as a dessert , there is always room to add cheese.

However, most people only know the cheeses that can be bought at the supermarket. Mixed cheeses, cheeses and artificial cheeses that are often classified as junk food. Something completely different compared to high quality artisan cheeses , which have become the joy of all gourmets.

It is these types of cheeses that we are going to see, but selected based on price. So here are the 10 most expensive cheeses in the world .

9. WINNIMERE ($ 65 per kilogram)

The ranking of the 10 most expensive cheeses in the world

Produced only in the winter months, the Winnimere cheese is creamy and spreadable. Produced exclusively from Jasper Hill Farm , in Vermont ( United States ), it is aged for 60 days before it can be eaten.

8. BEAUFORT ($ 100 per kilogram)

The ranking of the 10 most expensive cheeses in the world

One of the reasons why it is so expensive is that it takes about 500 liters of milk to produce 40-45 kilograms of cheese. It has been produced by Beaufort cows since ancient Roman times. There are three different versions of this cheese, one of which is produced in the French Alps.

7. JERSEY BLUE (100 dollars per kilogram)

The ranking of the 10 most expensive cheeses in the world

This cheese comes from Switzerland and is produced exclusively from the milk of Jersey cows . It is known for its blue external appearance and the blue veins that permeate the whole product. The dairy is called Willi Schmid .

6. PODOLIC CACIOCAVALLO (110 dollars per kilogram)

The ranking of the 10 most expensive cheeses in the world

It is produced in Italy and, as is known, has a pear-like shape. This cheese is produced by the Podolic cows . Its flavor is firm and savory and the texture is rather spongy.

6. OLD FORD ($ 110 per kilogram)

The ranking of the 10 most expensive cheeses in the world

It is produced with goat's milk in England and is pressed and firmed by hand. People who love it say they appreciate its buttery and salty taste.

5. BITTO (330 dollars per kilogram)

The ranking of the 10 most expensive cheeses in the world

A cheese like Bitto can take ten years to mature to its full potential. Cheese is produced in Italy but can also be found in Hong Kong , which imports large quantities. It is a gourmet cheese and is considered a delicacy.

4. WYKE FARMS ($ 450 per kilogram)


Wyke Farms is the largest independent cheese producer in the UK . This type of cheese was first produced in 1861.

3. WHITE STILTON GOLD ($ 950 per kilogram)

This is a special version of Stilton cheese , with an edible gold leaf. One slice costs around $ 60.

2. MOOSE ($ 1,100 per kilogram)


Ever heard of moose milk? Just what makes this cheese special, extra rare and expensive. The cheese is produced in Bjurholm , Sweden , from three types of moose.

1. PULE ($ 1,300 per kilogram)


Pule cheese is incredibly rare and is produced only by order. The cheese was born in Serbia and comes from the milk of a pack of Balkan donkeys . To produce this type of cheese 100 donkeys must be milked, as 25 liters of milk are needed to produce a single kilogram.
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About Minh Hiếu

Le Minh Hieu is a national-level weightlifter and a Singapore Weightlifting sports performance coach. Hieu's biggest passion is helping everyone find confidence, happiness, and health through fitness.

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