“Grippy” rosin for bows
I was looking for a “grippy” rosin for more punch and crunch in my fiddling, so I tried the Pirastro cello rosin (on my violin bow).
It seems to work pretty well, and far less expensive (£9) than many of the other violin rosin brands.
I think I use less of it per session, and don’t need to rosin so frequently.
Something to consider, perhaps, if you’re not happy with your current brand.