"Pastillas de Leche" is a Spanish term which means, candy made of milk.
Carigara is also known for its pastillas.
What makes it different from other pastillas? It is made from pure carabao's milk.
So when the ingredient is made with condensed milk and is claiming that it came from Carigara... those are imitations only.
The carabao's milk makes the taste different. Condensed milk makes the pastillas very sweet unlike carabao's milk.
Here's a recipe from lutongpinoy.info, not the original recipe of Carigara though:
Pastillas de Leche
• 3 cups carabao milk
• 3 tbsp butter
• 2 tsp lemon rind
• 1 1/2 cups sugar
• 1/2 cup for rolling
1. In a saucepan, combine the first four ingredients and cook in low heat.
2. Mix for 2 to 3 hours until the milk mixture becomes sticky.
3. Allow the mixture to cool.
4. Form into elongated shapes and roll in sugar.
5. Wrap individually if desired.
If there's no carabao's milk in your area, you can substitute it with fresh milk.
Bits of pili nuts are also added in the pastillas mixture. Price range is between Php40-Php150.