I know Tobacco Vanille is very popular but IMHO you are paying quite a lot for a breathtaking tobacco opening that pretty quickly slips into a very, very tenacious vanilla that, while nice, is pretty mundane. If that works for you, fine, but ask yourself which part of the equation is that rocks your boat?
If it's the long ride then forego the tobacco and grab a cheap vanilla. If it's the tobacco then the only comparable experience I can think of might be Back to Black
(also lasts forever) or Santa Maria Novella Tabacco Toscana
(less showy but excellent), but both of these cost. Maybe the travel refills for B2B or a refill would work - very cost effective.Eau de Baux
is a great piece of work but best judged on its own merits IMO - I find it more complex and far more satisfying than TV but not similar. I think it does it a dis-service to think of it as a 'budget TV', it's actually 'worth' more IMO