Pastillas is a pastry delicacies originated in Bulacan, Philippines. They are usually a mixed of a refined sugar and a cow or carabao milk with calamondin juice. While dayap is a tagalog version of key lime a citrus hybrid that can be yellow when ripe but usually being picked in green color. Dayap are usually used in preserve foods, sweets or pastries and other baked goods. It is not a common ingredient that can be found in the Philippines. This fruit is normally found in other Southeast Asian such as Indo-Malayan and Middle East countries.
Lucia Pastillas formulated a candy that will surely be loved by those pastillas and dayap lovers, the Lucia Pastillas De Dayap. For those who are curious enough to see what it taste like or smells like try lucia Pastillas de Dayap. They are sliced into long cut and they are individually wrapped in to transparent plastic for you to see the freshness of the delicacy. Then, wrapped all 20 pieces into one package so you can have it all and not just take one bite but more!