I tried both of them in Paris recently and found them slightly powdery. Of course, the concentree has much better longevity than the regular version (which didn't really last on me). Other than that, they both smell slightly 80s but nothing special for me.
TBH, I really don't think you need them considering the fact that you've already got both versions of Acqua di Parma in your wardrobe. Personally, I'd stick with them.