Camels' milk is considered a staple food for Bedouins. It is distinguished by its sweet and slightly sharp taste and is richer in protein and fat compared to cow's milk. If herders feed their camels with a special diet the milk may even obtain some special healing superpowers. Winter in Wadi Rum desert is known as camel mating season. After the birth come 10 months of camel milk. So if you are curious about the drink, head to Wadi Rum and find Bedouin camel herders to ask for a glass of precious camel's milk.