From Kook Science

Clairgustance (from French: clair ["clear"] + (dé)gustation ["tasting"], literally "clear tasting") is a term for the ability to acquire information, particularly as taste or flavour, by means of an extra-sensory perceptive mode, and without the direct contact of a physical substance to the mouth or tongue. In spiritualism, this may refer to information obtained by a supernormal communication with other intelligences, incarnate or discarnate.

Similar abilities include clairvoyance (visual), clairaudience (audio), clairalience (scent), clairsentience (feeling), and claircognizance (knowing).