Szechuan Pepper Sea Salt leaves a slight tingle on your tongue, but the flavor is more about the spice notes than the burn. Owing to the fact that the Szechuan peppercorn is not a traditional peppercorn, the aroma and profile is decidedly more woodsy and citrusy, with the arid perfume of dried spices, like coriander and ginger. Popular in Chinese and other Asian cuisines for its tingly and berry-like taste, Szechuan peppercorns also bring out the brininess of natural sea salt, which makes Szechuan Pepper Sea Salt a great addition to exotic spice rubs and seasoning blends. Try it in orange chicken, with soy sauce or hoisin, or even on a salad or white chocolate truffle. Great as a gift for the traveling foodie, Szechuan Pepper Sea Salt opens up worlds of culinary possibilities.