Meet our producers

This section gives pride to artisans, associations and other producers in the surrounding of Aubusson and Felletin. Passionate people who share their culinary secrets with their customers “Chabatz d’entrar”… Occitan’s little lesson ‘Finish entering”




Wild or shrubby, the blueberry is along with the apple, the emblematic fruit of the region. We can, depending on our desires, choose to buy it on local markets or improvise a gourmet family outing for picking on the farm. Plain, in jam, in pie, cookie… this little fruit, which grows very well on mountain ranges, is very popular in summer.

Excellent for health, Vaccinium myrtillus is rich in C vitamin and A provitamin, which has the property of increasing visual acuity.


Blueberry French toast

For 6 persons

  • 12 slices of brioche or bread
  • 4 eggs
  • 60 cl of milk
  • 80 g sugar
  • 20 cl of blueberry cream
  • 220 g blueberries
  • Butter
  • Cinnamon

Combine eggs, milk, sugar and cinnamon. Dip the brioche slices in this mixture. Brown the brioche slices in the pan with a little butter. In another pan, brown the blueberries and add the blueberry cream. Take a slice of brioche, garnish with the blueberry mixture and put another slice on top.

Chef’s tip: This dessert is delicious accompanied by a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Recipe from Toques Blanches du Limousin

Alain Gourgues, Restaurant « Le Petit Breuil » in La Courtine

Patrick Soulière, restaurant « Le Lion d’Or » in Aubusson



Created in 1989, this orchard produces small red fruits on the edge of the Lavaud-Gelade Lake, in a calm and protected environment. Sale of blueberries, raspberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants, rhubarbs, fresh or processed (jams, jellies, nectars and coulis) on site (by appointment). Blueberry picking in summer, Monday to Saturday.

Le Bourg in Saint-Marc à Loubaud

Le verger de Cessinas
Phone 05 55 66 09 18 or 06 58 21 90 92



On the Plateau de Millevaches, between Felletin and Gentioux, farm sale of blueberries, raspberries, currants (fresh, jam, jellies, coulis and nectars), strawberries, blackberries, blackcurrants, green tomatoes, rhubarb, pumpkin (jams). Blueberry and rhubarb compote. Pick blueberries in the orchard in summer from Monday to Saturday.

La Ribière in La Nouaille
Phone 05 55 66 01 42



1000 cabosses


Behind “1000 Cabosses” hides the chocolate maker François Fressinaud, a young science professor freshly converted to the delight of the taste buds! In 2015, he moved to Vallière, in the heart of the Plateau de Millevaches and opened his shop where he created a whole range of sweets in dark, milk or white chocolate: candies, assortments, casts and tablets. He works with chocolates from all over the world: Cuba, Indonesia, Madagascar, Venezuela and even Sao Tome…  We love his bees, Limousin cows, otters (emblematic animal of the Millevaches Park) or his signature chocolate “SMAL”, (abbreviation for Saint Marc à Loubaud, the village where he is from) a blueberry fruit paste in a half-sphere of dark chocolate.
The shop is open from Tuesday to Saturday in the afternoons, the rest of the week 1000 Cabosses is on the road and settles in the heart of the markets of Felletin, Bourganeuf, Guéret…

7 Grande Rue in Vallière
Phone 06 82 77 21 67

« LE CREUSOIS » cake

Pure butter, with hazelnuts, « Le Creusois » is a soft and tender cake. It is the perfect companion for tea, coffee, or all kinds of desserts ‘ice cream, custard, red berries…). It can also be tasted alone, or with a white wine from Alsace, suc as Gewurztraminer. The original recipe is a secret for most of us, only a few from Creuse have the gourmet pleasure of owning it. According to the legend, the recipe for this delicious pastry was translated from a 15th century parchment found in the ruins of a monastery in Crocq region, East of Creuse.

Mini Creusois (assortment of 10), Creusois in a box (6-8 people), Creusois in tiles with it’s suitcase or giant Creusois (1.20m diameter on order), all the reasons are good to taste this emblematic pastry from Creuse.

Where to buy “Le Creusois” :

In Aubusson
Pâtisserie Battut 81 Grande Rue
Phone. 05 55 66 14 05La Noisettine 12 rue des Déportés
Phone. 05 55 66 10 21

In Faux-la-Montagne
Boulangerie Pâtisserie Morel
Phone. 05 55 67 92 23

In Felletin
Boulangerie Pâtisserie de l’église
39 Grande Rue – Phone. 05 55 66 41 01Aux délices d’Alice 8 Place Courtaud
Phone. 05 55 66 41 59

La Noisettine 7 Grande Rue
Phone. 05 55 66 87 05)