Pastillas by Soundtech27.
Pastilyas in the Philippines are traditionally white based on the Spanish confectionery pastillas de leche (milk). They are often called “soft milk-candy” in English.
The preferred milk used for pastilyas is from native carabaos, not cows.
Often finished by rolling in fine crystal white sugar, pastilyas can be shaped into balls or cylinders. And different colors are made these days as well.
Pastilyas is the spelling according to Tagalog orthography. It is commonly written like the Spanish pastillas in the Filipino language.