At Pearl Island, we’re proud of our heritage.

While we aim to represent the many cultures and subcultures of the Caribbean, we have personal roots in Haiti. With the desire to honor those roots, we’ve taken our long-cherished family recipe for traditional Haitian pikliz to share with all of you.

Pikliz is a spicy coleslaw-like condiment. Citrus-based to give a refreshing heat to each bite, Pearl Island Pikliz conquers fried and savory foods, adds personality to your salads and gives you a kick when eaten by itself.

With Pikliz, we aim to bring a little bit of the Caribbean flavor to the American dinner table, picnic, barbecue, tailgate… and anywhere in between!

Invigorate your senses with a taste of the Islands.

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Pearl Island Pikliz
6.00

Our spicy, citrus-infused coleslaw is a refreshing heat that conquers fried foods, adds personality to your salads and reinvigorates the senses when eaten by itself.

Quantity:
Purchase Pikliz
Pearl Island Pikliz, Pack of 3
15.00

Our spicy, citrus-infused coleslaw is a refreshing heat that conquers fried foods, adds personality to your salads and reinvigorates the senses when eaten by itself.

Quantity:
Purchase Pikliz

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I pronounce Pikliz?

Pikliz is pronounced “pee–kleez”. It’s said the more Pikliz you eat, the easier it is to pronounce. Go ahead and stock up!

Is your product all-natural?

Yes, Pikliz is completely all natural. We believe in staying true to our family recipe that has captured the taste buds of generations of family and friends by using the freshest most natural ingredients.

Does your product have any artificial preservatives?

No, our family recipe does not require any artificial preservatives and we pride ourselves on being able to offer an authentic product.

What do I eat Pikliz with?

We encourage you to eat it with everything but since that is not possible, we’ll say try it with your favorite savory and fried foods. It’s never met a hot dog (or veggie dog) it didn’t like.

Gallery Images courtesy of Maxence Bradley