The limited-edition kits champion their top-selling burgers – including their No. 007 trademark patties with house chilli and chimichurri and their remake of California’s famed In-N-Out burger. Libertine’s new DIY kits remain true to their ethos – pocket friendly, without sacrificing on quality – priced at £25 a box and serving four.

Libertine started from small beginnings, as a decked-out street food van in 2017. It quickly built a name for itself touring the best street food markets and events across the Midlands, including Birmingham’s Digbeth Dining Club. Founder Charles Harris and his team found themselves working round the clock to cater to demand and soon set up a flagship restaurant in Leamington Spa. A second bricks and mortar site quickly followed in Rugby. On Libertine’s success, and step to nationwide delivery Charles Harris says:

On launching Libertine nationwide founder Charles Harris says:

“While we might be a little late to the party, we’ve taken the time to perfect our process and make sure this DIY kit is as good as we want it to be, and nothing less! It’s crazy to think that Libertine, which started as my little passion project, has grown into something that we are now sharing with people across the country, and in a relatively short time. I’m very proud of us all today!”


To kick off this exciting new chapter, Libertine are launching with their signature Burger No.4 box. Libertine-branded kits include everything to make their most popular, classic: 150g beef patties, Libertine house spice blend, house pickles and home cured streaky bacon, American cheese and of course bottles of Ketchup and Frenchie’s mustard. It’s their classic for a reason. Vegan options including their No. 111 trademark Beyond Meat buns will be available in the coming weeks.

The Libertine kit is designed to be pocket friendly, without sacrificing on quality. Beef is sourced from Warwickshire’s own award-winning butchers Aubery Allen. House patties are made using Aberdeenshire 50% chuck, 20% flank and 30% brisket cuts, dry-aged or a minimum of 28 days and ground twice just before being packed up. Boxed with Libertine greaseproof paper, diners can put together a proper American-style burger from the comfort of their own home.

Simple instructions tell you everything you need to know, from how to cook the patties perfectly, to how to cloche your burger, Libertine style, and ensure you get that all-important melted cheese middle. Order extras like house sides, sauces, and canned wines from ‘Nice’ winery (Nice Pale Rose or Nice Malbec) and their Wales-based brewery partner: Tiny Rebel.

Order for deliveries on Wednesdays and Fridays