Sounds interesting, but:
how much of each and how much in total on how much tobacco?
And, why? I mean, sucrose and glucose are pretty obvious but why sodium bicarbonate and malic acid? By the way, don't they react being a bland base the first and a bland acid the latter? NaHCO3 + C4H6O5 mixed together with water will produce Na3C6H5O7 (sodium citrate) which is salty, and much foam due to the release of CO2. Lemon juice will help the reaction.