One of World's Priciest Cheeses Made From ... Gold Clawson Stilton Gold has gold leaf in it, costs $95 per slice By Kate Seamons, Newser Staff Posted Nov 18, 2011 2:45 PM CST 14 comments Comments The precious cheese. (Long Clawson Dairy, www.clawson.co.uk) (Newser) – If the idea of eating a $95 tiny wedge of cheese seems a little too, well, rich for your tastes, consider this: How often do you get the chance to dine on real gold? The Independent reports on England's "blingiest" cheese, a stilton flecked with edible gold leaf. Clawson Stilton Gold is apparently the most expensive stilton in the world (the $95 price tag is for a 3.5-ounce portion) and the priciest cheese in the whole UK. The Long Clawson Dairy in Leicestershire says an oil sheikh and a pop star have already inquired about the limited-edition cheese, and a rep for the dairy promises you'll get your money's worth: "You can see the gold clearly in the slices and we've not been shy with how much gold we've put in the batch." Should you worry you'll have a hard time swallowing such a costly item, fear not: You'll be helped along by a bit of liquid courage. According to the dairy's website, the cheese also contains "real gold-Cinnamon Schnapps."