Moose cheese is one of the most expensive cheeses in the world, produced and available only at the Elk House in Bjurholm region, Sweden. It is made from the milk of three moose (also call as elk). Depending upon the ageing and their procedure, the Elk House (Älgens Hus) produces 4 types of cheeses namely, White Mold Cheese, Creamy Blue Cheese, Dried Blue Cheese and Feta Cheese.
Feta cheese is the top seller amongst them with a tangy and creamy taste. It is a smooth textured cheese and is slightly acidic in flavour which is stored in a neutral vegetable oil. The shelf life of the cheese ranges from 6 months to a year.