I used to use Aquila Alabastro on my Lacote copy, and then I switched to Ambra 800 on a friend's recommendation. The trebles are rectified and have that really rough, scratchy texture so they will be "noisy" under the fingers with nails, too. I think your listeners won't hear it much but you'll hear it yourself.
Oddly the first set I ever ordered were glossy, and I really liked them, but then when I ordered more I started getting these rectified sets. Also the tension feels a bit stiff, even tuned a half step down.
I'm considering switching back to Alabastro, and maybe even light tension. I haven't tried the La Bella ERG ones.
Somebody has also recommended Pepe Romero GLOW strings, but I haven't tried them, so that may be an option. They are also made by LaBella.