Pastillas de Leche
Pastillas, also known as Pastillas de Leche or Pastiyema is a milk-based confectionery that traces its history in Bulacan, Philippines, in the town of San Miguel. Pastillas-making spread from San Miguel to other Philippine regions, such as the province of Cagayan and province of Masbate.
Pastillas traces its history back to San Miguel, Bulacan, where it started in the homes of farmers tending to cows as a homemade milk soft candy. Pastillas de leche is made of cow’s or carabao’s milk combined with refined sugar and sometimes with a touch of citrus.
Bulakeños celebrating the Pastillas Festival in Bulacan every year since 2006. The dynamic art of pabalat is also demonstrated. Colorful papel de hapon is used by the more traditional manufacturers to make intricate pieces of art used to stack the sweets. A lot of others have never adopted this tradition, which is why it is even more interesting.
Elber’s food products are selling classic(plain) / flavored (strawberry, pandan, ube, and mango) delicious toasted and non-toasted pastillas. Other than Pastillas we also sell Adobong mani, Peanut butter, Fried dilis, and Polvoron.
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