Nose: sloping and sour, rotten gummy bears (if they could mess it up ...), bicycle tube, plum wine, accusations of burning car tires
Palate: sticky mouthfeel, it remains scruffy, bicycle tube, exhaust and some plum wine
Finish: medium-long, sourish-scruffy with bitter notes, the scruffy gummy bears are back, served with some plum wine; hangs uncomfortably long
Evaluation: so, now. You have already read a lot about it ("Russian army diesel", the lowest possible value on the Richter scale, etc.) and heard a lot about it (now while writing I notice how it reverberates in unpleasant waves ...), but you can try it yourself I don't have it yet - so get on with it (and thanks to everyone who sacrificed themselves for the FT).
It is rightly considered very bad ... The scruffy gummy bears make a very uncomfortable combination with the bicycle tube, and it sticks in an uncomfortable way longer than desired (and reverberates in bizarre waves). The prune wine, which I could imagine based on the bottle, might have turned out to be something - but not like that at all. For 50 € that is a single cheek and verges on bodily harm.
For me, he's in a league with NAS Ben Brackens, and you just want to pick up the red card ...
Bonus: the contents of the bottle have very unsightly suspended matter, and you have to be very careful not to cut yourself on the screw cap (!).
1/10 or 3/100 (there are two plus points for the plum wine).