Both are Mount Etna types, some vary a touch, but they are very similar. It’s good to have a few, see what does best/ Like I have MBVS which also is a Mount Etna type, although it out produces CH in my yard at least. .I do think CH tastes better though, at least at the start of the season MBVS seems to get better later in the season for me. So some differences I have observed. I do want different types and I will need years to fully decide, one obvious early winner is Red Lebanese Bekaa Valley. it also is a dark fig, but has a different flavor, also produces breba which the Etna types do not. Cold Hardy too. Also not that cold hardy but does fine in a container in the garage are the black figs. I like these the best. VDB has out produced all my plants, and every single fig ripened this year. Valle Negra, I-258, Petite Negra etc are very similar black figs. I think these do vary a lot in production and growth yet taste fairly similar
Then we have the green figs that have an amber interior. Still looking there, and the green figs that are deep red inside. Many more types that don’t fit these categories like yellows, and small figs like Teramo and others.
I also think you need three crops on some for best taste. I was ready to cut some, this was their third year and the figs were much better. An example was Osbourne Prolific or however you wish to spell. Big and watery the first 2 years, ready to cut, and it was amazing this year with a delicious honey flavor. Much like a Celeste type, but much bigger. I’m keeping it.