The EdP is much longer lasting than the EDT on me, by at least 5 hours. My prefered concentration is the EDT, because I love powder and moss and insense in perfumes. Coco is a spicy Oriental - in a categoty thet does not attract me much. No other cathegory contains so many scents obnoxious to my nose and impossible to wear. I tend to dislike cold, bitter spiced orientals and could never wear Dioressence, Madness, Jicky and so on. Sweet, more ambery orientals suit me fine and although not easy in hot weather are great for winter. I love Obsession, Must, Opium and Opium has great aura on me. Coco - I discovered in te late 80's when I was given a present - a bottle of EDP. I liked it, but was not mad about it. Later I received a bottle of the EDT and found it insipid and not as sweet and bold. Now my taste seems to have changed, along with chemistry. I think some ingredients have been left out in the new version. I remember the old one smelling of Carribean punch (kind of strong alcoholic beverage) Coco contained spices I link to the Caribbean - cloves+hint of laurel+that tequilla spice. It is now gone along with some moss and oppoponax. The different concentrations develop differently, but the scent is the same unlike Allure. Allure EDT and EDP are 2 different perfumes, the first like Envy GUcci, second like Hot Benetton.
Coco EDT - nice, mossy, powdery, slightly sweet rose, OK longevity. Dries down to rosy leather, less insense.
Coco EDP - closest to the true scent, spicy, sweet, insense. The sweetest of the lot and with the best sillage.
Coco perfume - Spices and insence, hint of leather,sweet liquour or Porto like quality. Close to the skin and not obnoxious.
This is what it is to my nose. I think, as You seek longevity and sillage, the EDP is Your best bet.