Use Degreaser-2.2 and test it out at a corner of the stain with cotton swab to see if the stain moves. Horsehair Brush-1 to work in between the grains.
Customer need to know that the alcohol content may have damage the leather finish is some ways - that may need to be rectified with matching finishes.
Looks like this leather is non-absorbent (have a drop of Hydrator-3.3, see if it stays on the surface)
You may use this guide to trouble shoot the stain...
Semi-Aniline Leather Problem Solving Guide
Picture #1 looks like it an "antique" finish - with a lighter primary color (Pigment Micro-54) and a darker secondary color (Antique-27).
Just in case you need refinishing...
Leather Doctor® Antique-27
It’s for creating a two-tone or an old English leather antique effect.
This is an aqueous secondary antique translucent color effect.
It’s also being used in the finer translucent semi-aniline effect.
Standard colors available in Black-715, Chestnut-721, Burgundy-711 & Tan-701.
1] Shake well before application
2] Ensure adhesion – apply Adhesor-73 prior to application.
3] Pad or spray to create the desired finish.
4] Blow dry in between coats until desired result is achieved.
5] Topcoat protection - use Topcoat Aniline-79, Pigment-56 or Micro-72 to match.
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