Back at Ravenhill today for a brief visit, the Ireland winger was able to reflect on the stunning 26-3 win.
"Saturday was class," admitted Trimble. "I think we brought together the things that you need to compete and perform well at international level - we were accurate and we were passionate.
"Physically we were really good and tactically we got a lot of things right. Up front we took them on. The big catch and drive went so well. It was just great to be part of such a memorable performance."
Despite having won over 50 international caps, Saturday's win was the first time that Trimble has started consecutive matches for Ireland in two years.
"I always thought I would get another chance at it but I definitely didn't think going into the Scotland game that I would hear my name being read out," said the 29-year-old.
"That game went reasonably well and then I got another chance and I was even more happy with how I performed against Wales.
"I feel like I am building momentum nicely and I am really enjoying every weekend and every chance I get to wear the green jersey in the Six Nations.
"With Twickenham just around the corner it's exciting and I would love to be involved in the game against England.
"We will see what happens but fingers crossed - I am just really looking forward to the potential of playing a big part in this Six Nations campaign."