The Dormouse


3.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

A dizzying eddy of four teas brushed with light herbs and a breath of peony.

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alice_artMad Tea Party
The Dodgson Collection.

Scents inspired by the madness of Alice’s sojourns to Wonderland.

$17.50 per 5ml bottle.
Presented in an amber apothecary glass vial.

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4 reviews for Dormouse

  1. 4 out of 5


    If you love Dorian, you should try this. I think The Dormouse is kind of like Dorian’s sister, since to me it is a little more feminine. However, that the lemony tea and vanilla that comes through so strongly on me in Dorian is still present as well. I would say that The Dormouse is a little lighter than Dorian, not really in its throw or its power, but it feels a little lighter and more spring-y (probably due to the peony.) Many of the Mad Tea Party scents are among my absolute favorites from the GC, but this is a sleeper hit in my book, and a must-try for floral fans and tea fans

  2. 3 out of 5


    Definitely herbal, fairly soft, light and comforting. The peony is super strong with undertones of various brewing teas. I get a slight kick of lemon and a touch of powder in there. Not something I’d want to wear out (a bit too calm for my personality), but definitely works for relaxing at home or napping.

  3. 3 out of 5


    I recently received this as a frimp in my last order. Very light and pleasant tea/herbal blend. Though it doesn’t have much oomph on me, it is pleasant enough to keep the imp.

  4. 5 out of 5


    A lovely happy scent.It instantly made me smile and when I gave the bottle to my husband to smell he did the same thing. Happiness in a jar! I first pick up on the peony, like the big crisp blossom is popping out of the bottle at you. Followed by a lemony herbal scent that boarders on a citrus. Its a lovely bright perfume though I don’t feel the tea as strongly as I do in other Mad Tea Party scents but I don’t think i distracts from it at all.

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