Sherry bomb! Red grapes, red berries, lots of fruit, reminds me of Liefmans beer. There is also a glue air. Could indicate a Soloist. In the distance some wood. Maybe there should be some water. With water (6ml): Remains fairly the same but the wood is indeed more forward, something that benefits the scent.
Yes, a Soloist. Warm, full sherry tones, some wood, a bit of a drop, but especially a lot of overripe and super-sweet red fruit. With water: Much sweeter and more nuanced. The glue is also off. A slight acid also comes forward.
Full and greasy
Lang: A lot of red fruit, the wood is more visible here and there is also an air acid to be detected. With water: Little changed at the finish.
This can hardly be anything other than a soloist. I thought about a PX BenRiach vintage (a bit old), but that glue smell that must be a Soloist. Topper this and a great valve 90 points.
Blind tasting sample provided by Bram84