I found it in my grocer yesterday and was wondering opinions of any who have tried it.
Ingredient list looks to be a cross between hot sauce, worcestershire and tamarind.
When I was in college at Tennessee, Tryme was a local company and was VERY popular on restaurant tables--especially at Wing establishments. Usually, most places that carried it had the Tiger sauce on the table along with the companies 2 other sauces--Tennessee Sunshine and their Worcestershire sauce. When the tiger sauce bottle was empty (which was frequent) we made our own by mixing equal parts of the other 2, Tennessee Sunshine and Worcestershire plus a little sugar. I have always felt that this is the recipe. Perhaps I am mistaken, but when I read that people were looking for the recipe, my first thought was, "I think they are overthinking it a bit? Try mixing hot sauce (Tennessee Sunshine if you want the pepper flakes and seeds--but Louisiana works) plus Worchestershire--plus a little sugar and see if a light does not pop on? Another sauce, Wentzel's oyster sauce, served by popular gulf coast oyster house Wentzels--is also this same recipe minus the sugar.